What are 3 ways testators can bequest something in their Texas Will?

When you create a will, you have the opportunity to specify how your belongings will be distributed after you pass away. This is called a bequest. In Texas, there are three ways to make a bequest in your will: specific, demonstrative, or by residuary. Specific bequests are when you leave a specific item to someone…


Are Claims for Inheritance in Texas Probate Court Barred by Statute Even for Adopted Children?

The Texas probate court system is designed to protect the rights of heirs and beneficiaries after the death of a loved one. But what happens when someone tries to make a claim for inheritance after the statute of limitations has expired? In this blog post, we will explore the law around claims for inheritance in…

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