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Interesting Developments In Inheritance Laws

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Can An Executor Sell Property To Himself

Marijuana and Probate in Texas

A professor at one of Texas’ Law Schools wrote an article about the future of marijuana and Probate in Texas. You can find the article here. Abstract With the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana in almost half of the states, practitioners need to be… Continue reading

Removal Of Executor In Texas

Grounds for removal of executor in Texas A Texas executor can be removed by the probate court but not because the beneficiaries under the will don’t like him. A Texas executor can only be removed for specific reasons that must be pled and proven by… Continue reading

England Seeing Increase in Will Contest

England seeing an increase in will contest, why? For the same reasons Texas is seeing an increase in will contest. I have previously written on why contesting a will has become more common. You can view that article here. An English law firm, Soosmiths, has… Continue reading

Do All Heirs Have To Join A Will Contest?

In Rem Proceedings Will Contest in Texas are in rem proceedings which means that notice to all the heirs is not required. It is up to each interested party to keep themselves apprised of the status of any probate case. Tennessee is also an in… Continue reading

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