The Haga v. Thomas, No. 01–12–00218–CV (Tex. App.–Houston (1st Dist.) 2013) case provides an example of why wills need to be updated after divorce. While Texas law provides a remedy for when a will names a former spouse as executor and beneficiary, as demonstrated in the court case, the remedy does not always apply.
Texas wills are frequently challenged in court. This often happens when one or more heirs feels that there was some wrongdoing or error that caused them to receive less than their fair share. There are a number of grounds for challenging a will in Texas. Here are the top 8 grounds for challenging a Texas […]