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When you have lost a loved one, you need an empathetic attorney who will keep the probate process moving forward so your family can have closure. The Werner Law Group has an entire department dedicated to helping clients whose loved one has died in Texas – either with or without a will.
In Texas, estates are statutorily required to be represented by an attorney in probate and heirship proceedings. The Werner Law Group is here to help – seven days a week.
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What makes a will valid?
What types of circumstances might cause a will to become invalid?
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How can I challenge a will? Who can challenge a will?
A challenge to a will is called a contest and must be filed in the same proceeding as that in which the contested will is being offered.
Many times, will contests involve the presentment to the court of an allegedly later prepared will that changes the beneficiaries or estate distribution from that contained in the original will.
Will contests can be complicated so this is not a task you should attempt to accomplish without the assistance of a qualified attorney.
How can I change a will?
There are two ways to change a will. One is to add a codicil, the second is to make a new will. A codicil is an amendment or addition to a will. You can always amend your will by executing another will wherein you specifically revoke any and all private wills.
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