Changes to Pay-out Requirements for Inherited IRAs and Retirement Plans
Written by Braun & Gresham Attorney Margaret Menicucci. The pay-out requirements for people inheriting Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and other retirement plans have changed dramatically. Legislation passed in late December of 2019, called the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Act (the “SECURE Act”), imposed a 10-year pay-out requirement for most inherited IRAs and retirement plans. Read more
Texas Supreme Court Sides with Bull Owner in Fence Law Case
The Texas Supreme Court has issued an important opinion in a much-watched fence law case from Wilson County involving a collision between a vehicle and a bull. The Garcia v. Pruski opinion is favorable for livestock owners in much of the state. Read more
Status Update and Trends of Texas Working Lands 1997-2017
Land-trends reports have informed private and public landowners and decision-makers for more than two decades. “With this report, we are able to examine new patterns and identify trends following the release of the Census of Agriculture datasets by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service…” Read more
Braun & Gresham offers the Landowner Alert System to help our clients and colleagues stay informed on issues affecting landowners and their land. This free e-mail service comes out once every two weeks and gives subscribers exclusive access to a range of information including announcements about important changes in the law, upcoming educational seminars, insightful blogs by our legal team, and other current articles related to Texas land and law. Anyone interested in land will benefit. Click here to receive LAS by email.