Mission

Law Firm Attorney / Lawyers located in Frisco Texas serving Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Dallas, Denton, Lewisville, Little Elm and all surround cities in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.

Robert Newton, P.C. Attorney in Frisco, and Dallas, Texas offers a broad array of legal services at an affordable cost. Some matters handled by the firm include business law, business litigation, real estate law, foreclosures, landlord/tenant disputes estate planning, and probate. The attorneys at the firm will clearly identify your goals, provide an honest assessment, and outline a roadmap on how to achieve the desired outcome.

We hold our client relationships in the highest regard and maintain flexibility in our billing practices to accommodate their needs. We find the ultimate source of future business is through our current clients and we strive to ensure their satisfaction.

We invite you to contact our firm for a free consultation.

 

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  • Who gets the kids if both parents die?

    It’s the first date night a couple has had in several months. They have one toddler and a newborn at home. During the period of awkward silence that inevitably arises at the thankfully loud Chili’s showing SportsCenter with closed captioning, the wife asks, “What would happen to the kids if we died on the way more »
  • What happens to my business after I die?

    What happens to a business after the owner dies is obviously an important question. The answer will depend on the business’ organizational documents and the business owner’s estate plan. First, it is important to remember that contracts usually trump a person’s last will and testament. Therefore, it a deceased business owner had a partner with more »
  • Do I Need a New Will if I Move to a New State?

    Opportunity increasingly carries Americans to new destinations. Recently, a lot of folks from California and Ohio seem to be making their way to Frisco, Texas. Although many of these new and welcomed Texans make the move for employment related purposes, many are also retirees settling closer to their grandchildren. Whatever the purpose, estate planning attorneys more »
  • Deadline to Protest Property Taxes – May 31, 2014

    Texas residents should have received their assessment of property value earlier this month. The deadline to file the Notice of Protest is generally May 31, 2014. Many Denton County residents property assessments increased quite largely … many by fifteen percent or more. If one feels like the appraisal is too high, then s/he should file a more »
  • What Happens to the House and Mortgage When Someone Dies?

    Attorneys handling estate planning and probate matters are often asked, “What happens to the house and mortgage when someone dies?” To answer that question, one must understand that almost all mortgages and deeds of trust contain a due on sale clause. A due on sale clause is a provision that bans the homeowner(s) from transferring more »
  • Who Should be Included in Your HIPAA Release?

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the law that disallows a doctor or hospital from providing a patient’s medical information to a third party without a release. Many people obtain releases during the ordinary course of business, like insurance companies. In addition, HIPAA Releases are usually included in Medical Powers of Attorney. more »
  • Optional Provisions of Wills and Trusts

    Last Wills and Testaments and trusts are obviously separate instruments. However, they are often complementary to one another. One may choose a variety of different options regarding a will and trust. This post will focus on a few of the options that are more popular. 1.            Contingent Trust – Wills distribute property upon the death more »
  • Wills Are Public Information / Trusts are Not

    Following the tragic death of Paul Walker, it was reported that he bequeathed approximately $25 million in assets to his daughter. How did they get that information? It was in the probate filings of his executor, which also (presumably) contained a copy of his last will and testament. One can make a very strong argument more »