Heir property in Texas

Robert Ray

Heir property Texas

Many people in Texas refer to “heir property.” What they mean is the property that goes to the heirs if there is no will.

If you are concerned about heir property in Texas, you should contact us to see if we can help.

People have many ways to refer to the property that the heir should receive. Heir property is one of the terms that is used.

There is more elder abuse today than before. People are taking advantage of the elderly to obtain property, usually by having the elder person make a will towards the end of their life or making deeds or powers of attorney. If the these documents are not contested, the heir property will go to the abuser instead of the heirs. Don’t let this happen. Contact us if you believe that someone has wrongfully taken heir property in Texas.

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Robert Ray handles inheritance disputes of all kinds. He takes cases throughout Texas.
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