Texas MCLE

New CLE: Estate Planning 101

Estate planning is a process – accepting one’s mortality, active listening and focusing on the needs of the trustor first are just a few of the most basic issues to consider. For effective estate planning, the lawyer serves by guiding the client to contemplate life’s challenges and then formulates decisions about serious topics like long term illness, conflicts of interest, wealth preservation…

CLE FAQ on CLE Requirements

One thing I’ve learned about CLE is that the rules of each state are completely different and many attorneys aren’t even aware of the most basic requirements. Total credits, the legal ethics requirement, compliance and reporting deadlines – there is a lot of information to keep track of. And this takes on even more importance when you get audited because your ability…

TX CLE: New Texas CLE Courses Added

Our goal at Attorney Credits is to bring you the most current and relevant CLE programming that will make you a better attorney. We try to create about 4-8 new CLE course each month to constantly expand and diversity our CLE library. These are the latest CLE courses that we have added for Texas attorneys: Bankruptcy, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Digital…

Texas CLE: When is the TX MCLE Deadline?

Texas attorneys must complete at least 15 Texas CLE credit hours each annual compliance period. The Texas CLE compliance period is a one-year period that begins on the first day of your birth month. The Texas CLE compliance period ends one year later on the last day of the month BEFORE your birth month. Additionally, each Texas attorney receives an automatic grace…

Does Attorney Credits Report My Completed MCLE Hours to the State Bar of Texas?

Yes, Attorney Credits does report your completed courses to the State Bar of Texas. We report your completed Texas CLE courses to the State Bar of Texas every Monday. Please note that we report on Monday for all courses completed the previous week[1]. Texas – Self-Reporting State However, since Texas is a self-reporting state you must verify that the State Bar of Texas…