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Vote Today ? Saturday, May 11, 2013

Local Elections are today. Be like Nic and vote! Polls should be open until 7:00 p.m. You can find voting location and sample ballots by clicking on your below county. Also, don’t forget to review the candidates and bond proposals. Collin County Voter Information Dallas County Voter Information Denton County Voter Information Tarrant County Voter Information From your Frisco attorney, Robert Newton ...

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Texas Company Franchise Tax Reports Due May 15, 2013

This is a friendly reminder that Texas franchise tax reports are due on May 15, 2013. The No Tax Due threshold is $1,030,000 of annualized revenue. If a company fails to file by May 15, 2013 (even if no tax is due), then it will be assessed penalties. Be sure to visit your business attorney or CPA if you need assistance. A link to the forms and instructions is here. Be sure to file on time!...

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Texas Home-School Students Access to Public School Sports (The Tim Tebow Bill)

The Texas Senate passed a bill (21-7) affectionately coined the Tim Tebow Bill on April 25, 2013, which is formally known as S.B. 929. The bill would allow home-school students to participate in sports for the schools they would otherwise attend. The bill is currently being considered by the House Education Committee. A brief description of the bill follows: (i)         A public school that participates in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) must allow home-school students that otherwise meet the eligibility standards to participate in sport activities in the same manner as students actually enrolled in the public school. (ii)        The home-schooled student...

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Making Family Aware of Your Estate

All attorneys have their pet peeves. One of my growing pet peeves concerns people failing to notify their family about estate planning. It is very common for people to keep their estate and the distribution thereof private, especially if one or more of the descendants may be disturbed by the decisions. However, privacy and awareness are not exclusive terms. A few tips on maintaining privacy and awareness are listed below: 1.    Write a Letter / Tell Someone. Write a letter to multiple family members stating the existence of a will and/or trust. Additionally, tell them where the will and/or trust...

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