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Living with Alzheimer’s: How to Choose Your Decision Makers

When it comes to living with Alzheimer’s disease, we can’t stress enough the importance of choosing decision-makers who can act for you when you are unable to do so. But how do you choose those decision-makers? After all, there will undoubtedly be countless decisions...

Incapacitated: What happens if you’re out of it?

When Frank started his company five years ago, he did what most passionate sole proprietors do and dove in headfirst. He was determined to build something special brick by brick, and, thanks to a sound strategy and lots of elbow grease, he succeeded. There was just...

What is a Special Needs Trust, and Why Do I Need One?

When Jake and Millie came to us last summer to set up a trust for themselves, their biggest concern was not as much about their own estate planning. It was making sure there was a unique plan in place for their daughter with special needs, Grace. Like millions of...

Caitlyn Ashley Discusses Probate

Caitlyn Ashley can tell you anything about probate. In her time with Leigh Hilton PLLC, she has represented dozens of clients who either have a will, needs a will, or don’t even know what to do with their loved one’s will and what probate is. Luckily for them, most of...

Attorney Spotlight: Hunter Sargent

Hunter may be the newest estate planning attorney at our firm, but he’s no stranger to Denton—and neither is his family. Believe it or not, Hunter is a proud seventh-generation Dentonite. In a matter of a few seconds, he can trace his family’s deep roots as far back...