use of deadly force against animals texas

Deadly Force Against Animals in Texas

The State of Texas does not have a general self-defense, use of force, or defense of others statute pertaining to animals. However, Texas does have statutes governing conduct against specific “dangerous wild animals” and justifications for protection of domestic animals, crops, and/or livestock. But, Texas does not have an explicit statute that justifies the use of force and/or deadly force …

TX Estate Planning and Firearms

Texas Estate Planning and Firearms – Part One

Transcript: Hi, Internet land. Welcome to another episode of Protect Your Ass(ets). I’m attorney Jean Fair with the law office of Fair and Fair PLLC in the great state of Texas. Today, I’m kicking off a short series of videos dealing with the particular challenges involved in handling firearms in an estate planning and probate context. In this video, I’ll …

TX Ladybird Deed Overview

Texas Ladybird Deed Overview

Texas Ladybird Deed Cost $99 flat fee for the month of September This includes drafting, subsequent consultation, instructions, and any needed revisions.  The client is responsible for filing costs at their respective county clerk’s office.  Filing costs are generally between $15 and $35. We serve the entire state of Texas for these types of deeds and can typically draft these …