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Contesting a will in Texas

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Contesting a will in Texas

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Contesting a will in Texas

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Contesting a will in Texas

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Is contesting a will worth it

Is contesting a will worth it?

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Learn About a Trustee’s Conflict of Interest in Texas

In Texas a fiduciary can be removed if he has a conflict of interest with the beneficiary. In a recent case, two brothers owned a farm.  Both had done extra work on the farm.  One of the brothers died.  The one that died had an ex-wife and two children.  He left his...

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Read About Gross Mismanagement by a Trustee.

A fiduciary can be removed because of gross mismanagement. In a recent case, an attorney was appointed as the Independent Executor of his great uncle's estate.  He was not a beneficiary under the will.  He hired himself to be the attorney for the estate.  The will did...

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