Interesting Developments In Inheritance Laws

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When does a minor have to file a will contest?

Texas has a two year limitations period for contesting wills. If you don’t contest a will within two years, you are barred from contesting it thereafter. As I have written before, this is true even if a forged will is admitted to probate. What happens… Continue reading

Limitation period for removal of a trustee

The Texas Supreme Court ruled in June 2009 that there is no statute of limitations for removal of a trustee. A beneficiary filed suit to remove the trustee of a trust set up for the benefit of the beneficiary. The trustee, although acknowledging breaches of… Continue reading

Time Limits For Contesting A Texas Will

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