In the 1800s, Texas ranchers used four major cattle trails to drive their cattle to railheads so they could be shipped to market. They were the Shawnee Trail, the Chisolm Trail, the Western Trail, and the Goodnight-Loving Trail. Hundreds of thousands of longhorn cattle were driven up these trails to be shipped to markets across the United States.
Texans have been making moves and working hard for generations. This is true, whether driving cattle all across the lone star state or driving new innovations in corporate offices. Texans posses a will power and sense of pride not found much anywhere else. Furthermore, we have a legendary legacy because of it. If you are interested in preserving your own wealth and legacy, check out one of our articles on legacy planning or estate planning!
If you already know that you’re ready to start down your own trail of estate planning, contact the experienced Texas estate planning attorneys at The Mendel Law Firm, L.P. by calling 281-759-3213 to schedule your appointment today.
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