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 Probate a Will in Texas?

Probating a will is the process of proving the validity of a will in court. It is generally required when someone dies with assets in their name that need to be transferred to beneficiaries. The probate process can be complicated, so it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side. If you are…

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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…

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How to Get Bank, Financial, and Mortgage Information after Someone Dies

After someone dies, their bank accounts, financial assets, and mortgage information do not automatically go to the next of kin. In Texas, the process for getting this information is not as straightforward as one might think. In this blog post, we will explore how to get bank, financial, and mortgage information in Texas after someone…

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