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Legal BriefsTakeawayCall ahead or just walk in, we’ll get you out in a hurry. Perfect for large orders and gatherings. Located ‘round back of all three locations!We Deliver or CaterGreat for:Lunch or Dinner • Office Parties Retirements • Award Ceremonies Company Picnics • Customer Appreciation • Business LuncheonsCall Us Now to Book Your Holiday Clean!Professional, Friendly, Fully Bonded & Insured210-372-9970To Order Call 210-653-RUDY (7839)HELOTES DERMA AESTHETICSwww.maidaffordable.comLocated Inside Helotes MedClinicLight Up The RoomThis Holiday Season!Treatment For:ACNE • ROSACEA • SKIN TIGHTENING HYPERPIGMENTATION • SKIN REJUVENATIONServices Include: BOTULINUM TOXIN • (BOTOX®/DYSPORT®) MICRODERMABRASION • PHOTOTHERAPY DERMA FILLERS • SKIN TAGS & MORE!Se Habla Españolwww.helotesdermaaesthetics.com12002 Bandera Rd Suite 111 78023 • (210) 947-2640Walk-Ins &New PatientsWelcome!• Se Habla Español• Most Insurance Accepted • We Honor Medicare12002 Bandera Rd Suite 111 Helotes, TX 78023Office: 210.695.9002Fax: 210.695.9044 www.HelotesMed.comMy Holiday Gift To You!ABy Kathleen Cassidy Goodman, PLLCperson’s name unless title has been specified with a right of survivorship or a Transfer on Death Deed has been filed with the deed records. In Texas, when the first spouse passes away, normally, the surviving spouse needs to have the title to the property transferred from the deceased spouse’s name into the surviving spouse’s name.3. What is best, a Will or a Trust?A Will is used to designate the individuals who will inherit your property upon your death, and a Will must be “probated”.A Revocable Trust goes into effect as soon as it is created. This means that when you pass away, your family or beneficiaries do not have to go through the court process to transfer or distribute property. The Trust is more expensive than a Will; however, with a Trust, you do not need to incur the cost of probate.I hope the answers help you in planning for your future. As a token of my appreciation, I would like to offer a $100 discount on a Will Package or a $200 discount for a Trust. Call us for a free consultation.Kathleen Cassidy Goodmanis an attorney in areas of estate planning, probate, civil litigation, and business law. She can be reached at her office in Helotes at (210) 949- 1000 or for more information, visit www.bexarlaw.coms the year winds down, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading myarticles. I hope that you have found these topics educational and have been able to understand my goal in providing you with information and assist you in planning for the future. Here are the three most frequently asked questions during this past year.1. What is Probate?If a person dies with a Will, then the probate process can be fairly simple. The person named in the Will as the Executor files paperwork and the Will with the Court. The Executor named in the Will attends a court hearing to become the court ordered Executor, collects all property, and then pays all debts, claims, and taxes owed by the estate. When all this has been accomplished, the Executor will transfer the remaining property to the beneficiaries of the Will.2. My spouse died with a Will leaving me everything then why do I have to Probate?When someone passes away, his or her name does not automatically disappear off the deed to the house or other real property. The title to real estate and other probate assets will remain in the deceasedDecember/January 18 23

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