Texas Inheritance Laws Without a Will?

Answer 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 »

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Inheritance Laws and the Executor of a Will?

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 »

Texas Divorce Laws Without Spousal Consent?

In the state of Texas, as with most states, a spouse does not need to consent to a divorce for the court to grant the divorce. Spouses may oppose a divorce for emotional, practical or religious rea... Read More »

What is the Texas inheritance law?

In the state of Texas when a person dies there are three main reasons why the Texas law of inheritance takes effect.DefinitionThe Texas inheritance law is a part of the Texas probate code that is u... Read More »

How much is the inheritance tax in Texas?

Texas does not impose an inheritance tax on its residents. As of June 2010, only 11 states impose an inheritance tax: Pennsylvania, Iowa, Kansas, Connecticut, Tennessee, Indiana, Oregon, Nebraska, ... Read More »