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Recently Married Persons Should Make New Wills

Astute persons realize that executing a will makes sense even for single individuals.  In fact, from the perspective of the estate planning attorney, working with single persons is often more challenging than working with married couples, regardless of whether they … Continue reading

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Spousal Protections in Texas Probate

Many people think there is no reason to have a will because the surviving spouse will inherit everything from a deceased spouse.  But in many cases where there is not a will, that is not the case.  Particularly when the decedent’s … Continue reading

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