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February 2023
11attorney-explaining-case
24
Feb

Understanding Restricted Appeals in Texas Probate Cases

Our legal system has numerous deadlines. The notice of appeal is an example. If the probate court enters a final order, the parties usually only have 30 days to file a notice of appeal. There are exceptions, such as the restricted appeal. If the requirements are met, the restricted appeal can be filed within six...
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11standard texas probate
20
Feb

Case Study: Probate for a Standard Texas Probate

Bob needed to talk to a Texas probate attorney as needed guidance on managing a standard estate left by his recently deceased mother. Bob was the executor of the estate as per the mother’s will. The estate included a residence, a vehicle, household contents, and a checking account, all of which needed to be distributed...
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11inventory for texas probate
17
Feb

What Do I Include in the Inventory of a Decedent’s Estate?

When a Texas resident passes away, their estate usually has to go through the probate process. This process ensures that creditors (if any) are paid and it facilitates the distribution of their assets to their beneficiaries. As part of this process, an inventory of the decedent’s assets must be created and filed with the court....
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11will contest attorney
10
Feb

Will Contests in Texas Probate Courts

A will contest in a Texas probate court refers to a legal process that entails challenging the authenticity of a deceased person’s last will and testament. Such proceedings are known to be intricate and are often the result of familial disagreements over the allocation of the deceased’s belongings. Who Can Contest a Will? In Texas,...
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11montgomery county probate court
03
Feb

A Dedicated Probate Court in Montgomery County

As the population of Montgomery County continues to grow, so does the need for efficient and effective courts to manage the increasing number of cases. To address this, State Representative Will Metcalf has filed House Bill 1436, aimed at converting Montgomery County at Law No. 2 into a dedicated probate court. What is a Probate...
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