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Welcome to the blog of TexasInheritance.Com, published by the law office of Robert A. Ray, Attorney at Law.

Once we get the kinks worked out of the blog, we will have a resource that will be beneficial to our clients as well as visitors who may have non-legal questions about Inheritance. Our intention is to have current information as well as general discussions and practical, non-legal, advice on Inheritance problems.  So check the blog often to see updates. If you have a request for a discussion about a particular area, leave a comment.

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Robert Ray

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