By Byron Berry | Published June 15, 2020 | Posted in Estate Planning / Probate | Tagged Tags: intestate succession in Texas, Texas Estates Code, wills in Texas | Comments Off on Is a Will Essential to Estate Planning in Texas?
While there is no legal requirement in Texas to have a will, it is highly advisable for an individual to draft one as part of planning an estate. A properly drawn will allows an individual to control the distribution of their assets following their death. A will can also be used to carry out other Read MoreRead More
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