You and your family’s personal safety comes first when preparing for a disaster. Disasters can take lives, homes, cars, as well as all of your personal belongings. Having your financial, medical, and identification information and documentation safe is vital to start the recovery process. Taking the time to protect these documents will save you from … Continue reading Prepared, Not scared. Part 2: Safeguarding Important Documents
Lone Star Legal Aid is no stranger to disaster recovery. This National Preparedness Month, LSLA focuses on preparation education. While it’s important to prepare the physical structure of your home for the elements, it is also important to make sure that your property is ready legally. When creating your emergency kit, make sure you have … Continue reading Prepared, Not Scared. Part 1: Legally Preparing Your Property
All Lone Star Legal Aid offices are closed today, Monday, September 2, 2019, in observance of Labor Day. All offices will reopen during normal business hours tomorrow, Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
Lone Star Legal Aid recognizes September as National Preparedness Month. The campaign promotes family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year. This year's theme is "Prepared, Not scared." Homeowners, families, and communities can use this opportunity to find ways or help others understand more about preparing for disasters and reducing risks … Continue reading September is National Preparedness Month
What is a Transfer on Death Deed and what is it used for? Also known as the Beneficiary Deed, the TODD is a document that states who will receive real estate upon the death of its current owners. Real estate that isn’t held in a certain way or owned by someone is considered probate property … Continue reading Benefits of Transfer on Death Deeds