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NetWorth Radio’s Dallas Business Leadership Series
This week’s featured interview combines Trustee Bootcamp and our ongoing estate planning discussion in an interview with John Mallios, an experienced North Texas attorney.
Join us for key insights into the estate planning process: Do I need a will or a revocable living trust? What happens if the original document is missing? How does probate actually work? What are the most important things that I need to do right now to protect assets?
John Mallios completed his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Salmon P. Case, College of Law in 1978. After his successful completion of the Texas Bar Exam, he became a licensed attorney in all State and Federal courts in all districts in the state of Texas in May of 1979.
Mr. Mallios opened his own practice in 1980 and early on in his career he specialized in Criminal and Family Litigation. By 1983, he specialized in, not only Criminal and Family Litigation, but also Business, Probate, and Personal Injury law. Mr. Mallios has been involved in numerous cases against corporate defendants where he has obtained substantial verdicts and/or settlements.