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Estate planning considerations for blended families

It is not uncommon for people in Texas to get married for the second time either after a previous divorce or to the death of a first spouse. A second marriage can be a bright spot in a person's life and provide hope for a positive future but it also raises new considerations when it comes to estate planning.

The government may owe landowners for lost profits

Nobody in Texas likes the idea of giving up hard-won land, but that is exactly what could happen when the government attempts to claim eminent domain. This limited power could allow the federal government to take over personal property rights from land- and homeowners. The good news is that the law was originally written to limit the power of rather than augment it.

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