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Probating a will in Texas can be a complex process, but it doesn’t have to be. This case study will provide a detailed overview of the probate process in Texas, using a specific scenario as an example. The scenario involves probating a Will in Nueces County, Texas, where the Will is self-proving and names the...
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When it comes to life insurance policies, it’s important to make sure that the beneficiary you have designated is the person you truly want to receive the death benefit. Unfortunately, there are situations where someone may use undue influence to change the beneficiary of a policy without the policyholder’s knowledge or consent. In this blog...
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Introduction If you’re considering adopting a child in Texas, you may be wondering if that child will be considered a descendant of your will. The answer to that question depends on a few different factors. In this blog post, we’ll explore the definition of a “descendant” in Texas and how it applies to adopted children....
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Introduction When it comes to giving gifts, we usually think of happy occasions like birthdays and Christmas. But what about when someone is nearing the end of their life? In Texas, there is a provision for what’s known as a Causa Mortis gift. This allows a person to give away property or possessions that they...
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In Texas, probate court is the venue in which family members, friends, and business associates can contest a will. The Texas Estates Code sets out rules for how the court should handle these disputes. You might be wondering, if evidence of past misconduct toward an estate can be admitted as evidence to prove undue influence....
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Introduction: When Can Probate Be Disputed in Texas? Probate is the legal process of transferring a person’s property and assets after they die. If you are named in a will as an executor, it is your responsibility to see that the probate process goes smoothly. However, there are certain situations in which probate can be...
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While it is not a pleasant topic to think about, disinheritance – being cut out of a will – is a reality that many people face. If you have been disinherited, it is important to understand your legal rights and options. You might have questions such as What are the grounds for disinheritance in Texas?...
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