Community Property vs Separate Property Texas has community property and separate property. Basically, community property is property acquired during marriage except by inheritance or gift. Separate property is everything else....
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Background In Estate of Crawford, 14-17-00703-CV, (Tex. App. – Houston  November 9, 2017) the court of appeals ruled that you can waive your right to appeal in a suit contesting a will. A will was filed for probate by...Read More
The will In a recent Texas inheritance dispute out of the Fort Worth Court of Appeals, In the Estate of Larry Ronald Neal, Deceased, No. 02-16-00381-CV, (Tex. App. –Fort Worth, Delivered: November 9, 2017), the question was what...Read More
Facts A recent court of appeals decision illustrates what happens when you file an inheritance dispute in the Wrong Texas Court. An elderly Texas man had nine children. In the last few years of his life, one of his children...Read More
How can you revoke a trust in Texas? In a recent case in Texas, a mother and father had a trust for the benefit of their two children. The mother died. The father later remarried and had two additional children. The father...Read More
Backbround In 2016, the Texas court of appeals in Austin had to decide if a will was voidable because of public policy. The testator had one child, a girl. Two days before he died, he executed a new will that disinherited his...Read More
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