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  • How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?
    How are Debts Addressed in a Probate?

    When a person prepares a Will, they (the testator) can say that they want the debts on their property to follow that property. For example, if the testator has a debt on their truck and they’re going ...

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  • What Happens if You Die Without a Will?
    What Happens if You Die Without a Will?

    Dying without a Will is called dying intestate. If you die in Texas without a Will, the legislature has written one for you, so to speak. The Texas Estates Code has rules that say exactly to whom your ...

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  • Why Do You Need a Will?
    Why Do You Need a Will?

    Why Do You Need a Will? It’s very important to have a Will because the Texas legislature did not have your specific family in mind when they came up with the rules for intestate succession. Intestate ...

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  • When Is a Will Contested?
    When Is a Will Contested?

    Wills are contested sometimes just because people don’t like them. But generally, those types of will contests don’t go very far. The Wills that are signed a week before somebody dies are always ...

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  • What is Probate?
    What is Probate?

    What is probate? Probate is a process whereby somebody’s estate after they die is administered, and I mean administered–every month you have bills to pay, every month you have property to take care ...

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  • Options for Divorcing Couples: Collaborative vs Litigation
    Options for Divorcing Couples: Collaborative vs Litigation

    Divorce is an ugly word and an even uglier time but a very real part of many peoples lives today. My name is David Bouschor, I’m a board-certified family law lawyer. The key question for many people, ...

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