Announcement: Parvin Board Certified Specialist Re-Certified to 2022

Announcement: Parvin Board Certified Specialist Re-Certified to 2022

DALLAS, TEXAS The Parvin Law Group, P.C. is pleased to announce that Managing Attorney, Chris Parvin, has recently been re-certified in the area of Estate Planning & Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Parvin’s certification began in 2012 and, upon his recertification, this year has been extended to 2022. Board Certification … Continued

Estate Planning Options: Addicted Beneficiaries

Whether or not we want to admit it, many families struggle with very similar issues. One problem that we see frequently is families who have children (or other potential beneficiaries) who are addicted, or suffer from extreme irresponsibility, lack of financial discipline, or just downright laziness. Without commenting on the medical issues associated with addiction, … Continued

Estranged from Family? You Should Have an Estate Plan

For many reasons, your relationship with family can be complicated. Maybe they disprove of your lifestyle (or vice versa). Perhaps you were the child of a messy divorce and haven’t spoken to the “other” parent in many years. Maybe one of you ended up in a relationship that has driven a wedge between the family. No … Continued

Aging Parents and Adult Children: When to Consider Guardianship in Texas?

As the population in America grows older, it’s becoming ever more common for adult children to care for their sick or aging parents. Frequently, the adult child begins by helping with bills, doctors appointments, medication, or transportation. Eventually, though, infrequent or basic assistance evolves into a nearly full-time job and can include being the sole … Continued

Getting Letters Testamentary from Probate Court

Frequent Scenario: Someone dies. Their surviving spouse is told by the bank they need “Letters” to access a bank account. Surviving spouse finds a lawyer online and asks him to draft the letter. Surviving spouse is then frustrated to learn that she doesn’t really need a letter from a lawyer – but has to go to court … Continued