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Family Settlement Agreements in Texas

On this page you will learn what you need to know about family settlement agreements as a way to settle inheritance disputes.

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Family Settlement Agreements In Texas

Family Settlement Agreements In Texas

Texas recognizes what are called “family settlement agreements.”  A family settlement agreement will be enforced by a court even if the distribution of the assets under the agreement differ from the distribution of the assets under the will.  A family settlement...

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Find Out About Contracts to Make a Will

Find Out About Contracts to Make a Will

This question usually comes up when a husband and wife make their wills at the same time. A contractual will is different from a joint will. A joint will is just one document that has the testamentary wishes of two people. It is not contractual. A contractual will can...

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Effects of a Family Settlement Agreement?

Effects of a Family Settlement Agreement?

If as part of a will contests, you enter into a family settlement agreement, can you appeal the settlement if you become dissatisfied? The Dallas court of appeals has recently written on this issue and has determined that if you accepted benefits under the settlement...

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