Inheritance Laws and the Executor of a Will?

Answer An inheritance is often the last meaningful gesture a person can impart on a close friend or family member before the person dies. In general, a person can control how her property is divided; in t... Read More »

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Texas Inheritance Laws Without a Will?

A person leaves an estate behind when he dies. The property in that estate usually passes to a person's beneficiaries in accordance with his will. However, in Texas, not all property can be include... Read More »

Estate Executor Laws in California?

An estate executor is typically appointed by the deceased person in his will to assemble the assets of the deceased and pay estate debts and taxes. The executor also distributes assets as required ... Read More »

Tennessee Inheritance Divorce Laws?

At divorce, all property is classified as marital property or separate property. Separate property is awarded to the spouse it belongs to, and all marital property, property that was obtained durin... Read More »

Inheritance Laws & Marital Property in Pennsylvania?

In Pennsylvania, a person can provide an inheritance for a friend and family member, to be awarded when he dies. Issues may arise when the beneficiary of that inheritance is married. Additionally, ... Read More »