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Interesting Developments In Inheritance Laws

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Can you have a secret common-law marriage in Texas

When Are You Dead For Probate Purposes, Part 3

Pretermitted Spouse and Premarital Agreement

What is a pretermitted spouse Texas does not recognize a pretermitted (forgotten) spouse so this article has no application to Texas. Some states do recognize a pretermitted spouse and I have written about those states here. Basically, a pretermitted spouse is someone who marries a… Continue reading

What Is A Widow’s Election In Texas?

The Doctrine The doctrine of a widow’s election in Texas is based on the principle that a person may not take benefits under a will and, at the same time, set up a right or claim of his own, even if well founded, which would… Continue reading

Pretermitted Wife Not Recognized in Texas.

What is a pretermitted spouse I’ve written before about pretermitted (forgotten) children and their rights to inherit. You can read the articles here and here. Basically, a pretermitted child is one who is born after a will is executed and is not otherwise provided for… Continue reading

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