susan smith

  • Designing the Right Kind of Social Media Campaign for Your Business

    Are you planning to set up a social media campaign? Do you know how to get social media strategies initiated? For any successful and efficient social media tactics, one needs to establish a robust team and day-to-day plan. Most businesses blindly follow various online marketing tactics without knowing how well they work.

    Relevancein Social- 6 readers -
  • Division of Property in a Divorce

    Division of Property in a Divorce in Texas by Fort Worth Divorce Attorney Susan Smith Everyone assumes that community property will be split 50/50 during a divorce. Yet, this assumption is wrong. When going through a divorce, a judge will divide community property according to a “just and right” division.

    Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 14 readers -
  • 10 Things You Should Know About the Obergefell Decision

    10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE OBERGEFELL DECISION 1. The Obergefell Ruling has 2 parts. First, all states must permit same-sex marriage. Second, all states, even those that previously banned gay marriage, must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states because “[t]here is no lawful basis for a State to refuse to recognize a lawful same-sex marriage performed i ...

    Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 19 readers -
  • What is an Advance Directive?

    What is an Advance Directive? by Fort Worth Estate Planning Attorney Susan Smith You’ve probably seen it in the movies or read about it in the news. It’s a heart-wrenching scenario: a spouse or parent is in a coma. A decision must be made: keep your loved one on life support, or let nature take its course? Making medical choices in a time of emotional stress is heart-wrenching.

    Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 15 readers -
  • What happens if someone dies without a will in Texas?

    So Your Relative Passed Without a Will? The Not-So-Simple Rules of “Intestate Succession” A properly executed will can save a lot of time, money, and grief for loved ones. But if a person passes away “intestate” (without a will), his property will be distributed to his heirs as specified by a set of complex default rules laid out in the Texas Estates Code.

    Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 12 readers -