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Find Out Who Can Contest a Will in Texas?

  Any person interested in an estate may contest a will. The Probate Code defines "interested persons," in relevant part, to be: children, heirs, devisees, spouses, creditors, or any others having a property right in, or claim against, the estate being...

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Can you contest a will if you accepted benefits?

In Texas, a beneficiary who accepts and retains benefits under a will may be estopped from contesting it. 564 2d 682. Some courts have held that the fact that the beneficiary did not have knowledge of all the facts on the need to contest the will at the time of his...

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