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Learn How a Will is Probated in Texas

Independent Executor The form of probate most familiar to clients is the probate of the will with the appointment of an executor of will. What some refer to as an Executor will. This provides for probate of a will with full administration of the estate by the executor...

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Find Out What Types of Probate Are Available

Several types of probate are available when a person dies depending on whether they have a will or not. If the Decedent did have a Will: Probate of a Will and Appointment of an Independent or Dependent Executor. Probate of a Will and Appointment of an Independent or...

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Probating a Lost Will?

A problem that comes up from time to time is the issue of a lost will. Lost wills are problems because there is a presumption that when a will cannot be found, the testator revoked the will by destroying it. One of the methods by which a will can be revoked is by...

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Correcting a will or trust in Texas

The Probate Judge can correct or reform a will or trust if it is clear that "an error was caused by a scrivener's or draftsman's failure to embody the true agreement of the parties in a written instrument." So, the question always is - does the will or trust show the...

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