Will Contests

do it yourself wills in Texas

While many websites tout themselves as a do-it-yourself solution that will save you lots of money, when it comes to your will, this can be dangerous; as a source described it, an online will could end up with “all the authority of a grocery list that has been notarized.” There…

signing a will

If you die without a will in Texas, you are deemed to be “intestate.” Your wishes for the distribution of your assets upon your death will not carry any weight. Instead, your estate’s assets will be distributed according to the intestate succession laws found in the Texas Probate Code. For…