The slayer rule doesn’t always apply

Robert Ray

Texas Slayer Rule

Recent UK case on the Slayer Rule

The Texas Slayer Rule is different from other state’s and countries’ rule but has procedures to accomplish the same end result. See this discussion. The Texas Slayer Rule is a rule that court’s use to prevent a murderer from inheriting from the person he killed. A link to the article is here:

Abused Wife Can Inherit Killed Husband’s Estate

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