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Revocable living will

A Will is not revocable after the death of the testator (the person whose …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 day ago

What to do about a Will and a life estate?

A probate or chancery court would most likely interpret this to establish a life …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 3 days ago

In the state of Texas, does a person who is incarcerated have certain rights to an estate? If not, do his descendants?

I am a little confused here.  Is the person who is incacerated her spouse? …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 12 days ago

Is it possible for someone to legally force me to reveal the contents of my Will while I'm still alive?

No, no one could. A will has NO effect until you pass away--it is …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 15 days ago

i want to get a copy of my fathers will

I assume that you have asked the executor for a copy and have been …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 15 days ago