Month

June 2021
vaccine
As the world around us increasingly returns to “normal”, many people assume that we have put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. Unfortunately, that is not necessarily the case. With the new Delta variant, it is important to remember that this virus must be taken seriously. Although vaccine availability is higher than ever, Bexar County is...
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probate court change of will
What if a loved one executes a will based on a faulty assumption? What if you can prove the error? For example, what if a loved one fails to include a family member in their will because they mistakenly believe that family member is already provided for outside of the will? Can the omitted family...
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post covid-19 funding
The CDC has allocated $190 million to the Texas State Health Department to help with unexpected costs from the COVID-19 pandemic. Of those funds, $27 million is intended for San Antonio Metro Health.  In many cities, including San Antonio, the COVID-19 pandemic not only taxed the healthcare system — it pointed out inequalities in the...
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movie theater
As the world around us continues to open up, many are resuming pre-pandemic activities. One such activity is going to enjoy a film at your local movie theater. Unfortunately, these outings do not always go as planned. This was the case with a local woman last Saturday. While in a San Antonio theater complex, 32...
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covid-19 memorial hearts
Over the holiday weekend, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and other officials created a memorial downtown to honor the lives of those lost to the Covid-19 pandemic. The memorial, located at the corner of Market and South Alamo streets, has been aptly named “Deep in Our Hearts”. Made up of more than 3,400 red hearts...
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