Interesting Developments In Inheritance Laws

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Tag Archives: Preparing will

Can you replace pages in your will?

If you have a will and you decide to make changes to it, can you take out a page and replace it? If you replace pages and then re-execute the will with the formalities required of a will, you can make changes.  However, if you… Continue reading

What are the formalities required to make a will?

In Texas, there are two sets of requirements for wills. One applies to the rare situation where wills are wholly in the handwriting of the testator and the other one applies to the more common situation where wills are not wholly in the handwriting of… Continue reading

A man is sent to prison for forging a will.

A Michigan probate attorney, Andrew W. Mayoras, has posted some information on his blog about a man who forged his girlfriend’s will after she was killed.  The will was contested and eventually declared to be  a forgery.  The man was ordered to pay the girlfriend’s… Continue reading

Should I have a will?

The short answer is yes. If you don’t have a will, your estate will go to your heirs as determined by statute. That may be what you want but what if you are married and have children from a prior marriage. If you die without… Continue reading

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