Announcing the 7th Edition of The Senior Texan Legal Guide

Exciting Announcement:

Edition 7.0 of The Senior Texan Legal Guide by Paul Premack is now available!


» Estate Planning – Wills, Living Trusts, Survivorship Rights and avoiding Probate » Laws protecting Seniors » Texas VA Benefits » Planning for and managing your medical care » Life Support Issues under Texas Law » Planning for and managing your finances » Protecting your Assets and your home » Family and Marital Property Issues » Minimizing Federal Estate Taxes » Taking action when a loved one dies » Settling an Estate and being an Executor

The Senior Texan Legal Guide is packed with legal information and planning strategies. It has many live links to Internet resources, and covers all you need to know about Texas Elder Law! It is available only as an eBook.

Take a free peek inside the Guide. Find out more about buying your copy.

Available from – Amazon.com for Kindle, $8.99 Barnes&Noble.com for Nook, $8.99

NOTE: You do not need to own the Kindle or Nook hardware. Instead, you can simply download the free Kindle or Nook software to your existing computer or read the Guide right inside your brower without downloading any software at all. Of course, if you own a Nook or Kindle reader, you can read the Guide there, too.

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Paul Premack, 2019-2020 President of the Texas Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) is *Certified as an Elder Law Attorney ( CELA ) by the National Elder Law Foundation as accredited by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and the ABA. He is licensed to practice law in Texas and in Washington State, and handles San Antonio Probate and Bexar County Probate, Wills, Living Trusts, Estate Planning, and writes the legal column for the San Antonio Express News.

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