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Probate Articles

Can a Probate Court Disqualify an Executor?

If you are named as the executor of a will, you’ll be in charge of managing the deceased person’s estate. The executor is the personal representative. However, you might be disqualified from serving as the executor if you...
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How Community Property Laws Impact the Probate Process

Community property laws are a factor in many estates that require a probate proceeding. Community property, also known as marital community property, is similar to joint tenancy. Under joint tenancy, both spouses own all property equally, and upon...
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Can Executors Get Paid in Texas Probate Cases

How Much Can an Executor in Texas Be Paid?

Does the Executor of an Estate Get Paid? The executor of an estate is responsible for settling the estate of the deceased. The executor acts on behalf of the estate and is solely liable for any debts or...
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Texas Trust Estate Planning

Relief on Irrevocable Trust from Harris County Probate Court Affirmed

An irrevocable trust is a legal arrangement where the creator (settlor) of the trust transfers assets to another person or entity (trustee), while retaining the right to receive income generated by the trust and/or take possession of the...
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Proper Probate Service

How Do You Effect Proper Process Service in Probate Court?

If you are involved in a lawsuit, you need to know how to properly serve the lawsuit papers on the person you are suing. Learn how to properly serve process of court documents. If you have a claim...
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