At www.TexasInheritance.Com, we handle contested probate matters, usually involving litigation. We do not prepare wills. However, every lawyer receives questions about people preparing their own wills. We are often asked “You’re against getting wills off the internet because you’re loosing money, isn’t that right?” or… Continue reading
Texas recognized oral wills (nuncupative wills) up to the year 2007. Now, oral wills cannot be offered for probate. I’ve written about oral wills on my main site, www.TexasInheritance.Com. To read more about oral wills, go here.
Forged will starts limitations Is a forged will good for something? A forged will can be used to determine when the statute of limitations starts running says the San Antonio Court of Appeals. A man died. A will was offered and admitted to probate. One… Continue reading
In a recent case, the testator had what was obviously a self made will. It was not prepared by a lawyer. As you might expect in that situation, the will was contested. The contest involved the location of the signature of the testator. The will… Continue reading