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A lot of planning goes into preparing a Last Will and Testament.  The testator agonizes over who is going to take what asset and when.  The testator thinks through who should serve as the executor and what powers they should have.  Then the estate planning attorney carefully crafts the legal document.  And great care is…Continue...
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Spurs fans have a rare chance to own a Tony Parker collectible curated by his No. 1 fan: his mom. Vogt Auction, a San Antonio-based company, is helping basketball mom Pamela Firestone downsize before she moves back to Paris. The estate sale is taking place on site, at her North Central home, on Friday, August…Continue...
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A GoFundMe was created for the young 25-year-old San Antonio woman killed in a fiery wrong-way crash with a suspected drunken driver early Saturday. The crash occurred around 2:45 a.m. in the southbound lanes of Interstate 35 at Walzem Road when a wrong-way driver in a Ford 350 hit a Nissan Rogue, the San Antonio…Continue...
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During a coronavirus pandemic briefing on Friday, July 23, Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced that hospitalizations in San Antonio are now at 418 — and more than 95 percent of those patients are unvaccinated. The positivity rate has also jumped from 11.2 percent to 13.8, with a 7-day average of new cases being 363. More than…Continue...
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Even though more people are being vaccinated, the COVID-19 Delta variants are continuing to spread. Don’t allow the increasing vaccinations along with the lower positivity rate for the virus be a reason to let your guard down. This recent COVID-19 data is a eye-opening example on how fast the positivity rate can rise. After months…Continue...
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With summer in full swing, many are making their way to the beach for some fun in the sun. As temperatures continue to rise, it’s hard to resist a weekend of swimming to beat the heat. Unfortunately, things can happen when you least expect them and these fun-filled outings can take a turn for the…Continue...
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On Tuesday of this week, an anonymous San Antonio resident won $1 Million on a scratch off lottery ticket purchased at a local convenience store. To learn more about the prize and statistics of winning these kinds of prizes, visit this KENS5 article.  If you won the lottery today, what would you do with the…Continue...
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As the world around us increasingly returns to “normal”, many people assume that we have put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. Unfortunately, that is not necessarily the case. With the new Delta variant, it is important to remember that this virus must be taken seriously. Although vaccine availability is higher than ever, Bexar County is…Continue...
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What if a loved one executes a will based on a faulty assumption? What if you can prove theerror? For example, what if a loved one fails to include a family member in their will becausethey mistakenly believe that family member is already provided for outside of the will? Can theomitted family member inherit under…Continue...
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The CDC has allocated $190 million to the Texas State Health Department to help with unexpected costs from the COVID-19 pandemic. Of those funds, $27 million is intended for San Antonio Metro Health.  In many cities, including San Antonio, the COVID-19 pandemic not only taxed the healthcare system — it pointed out inequalities in the…Continue...
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