How Do I Find a Will?

When someone passes away, it is important to determine whether they had a valid will in place. This can be accomplished through a careful search for the document. If a will is located, it will guide the distribution of the decedent’s assets in accordance with their wishes. If no will is found, it may be…

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How Do I Locate a Will?

Have you ever wondered how to locate a will? While it may seem like a daunting task, it is an important step when trying to figure out what the deceased wanted. This can be especially true if you are an heir or executor of a will. In this blog post, we’ll explore what to do…

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New Texas Laws in Effect 2023

Several new laws went into effect in Texas on January 1, 2023, including changes to property tax collection, an expansion of the judicial branch, and an amendment to pollution standards. One of the laws, House Bill 3774, written by District 67 Representative Jeff Leach, allows for public access to the state’s court documents database with…

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Can Courts Alter Wills?

One of the key principles of wills and trusts law is that a will should be given effect as written, unless it is shown that the will was procured by fraud, duress, or undue influence. This principle, known as the “rule against perpetuities,” is based on the idea that a person’s wishes should be respected…

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