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Cory Krueger - June 12, 2018

Common Causes Of Lengthy Probate Proceedings

Nearly everyone anticipates they will live a long life. Because of this, many people don’t begin estate planning until much later in life, but this can cause serious problems for loved ones in the event of an untimely death. When someone passes away without leaving a will or other estate planning documents, the deceased’s assets must go through probate court, which can lead to lengthy and expensive proceedings.

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Cory Krueger - April 30, 2018

How Does Probate Administration Work?

Many people wrongfully assume the administration of assets after a death is a straightforward process. If a decedent leaves behind real property, one would think the property could be easily transferred to his or her next of kin. However, the reality is the administration of assets after a death is incredibly complex, and sometimes highly contested by heirs.

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Cory Krueger - April 10, 2018

Four Reasons You Might Contest A Will

Many people adopt wills so their assets are properly distributed after their death. Despite the best estate planning efforts, one or more parties might contest a will, leading to complex and lengthy probate litigation.

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Cory Krueger - April 03, 2018

What To Know About Heirship In Texas

Most people think determining heirship is a simple process, and in some states it is, but in Texas, the laws regarding heirship are much more complex. Heirship is incredibly important when an individual passes away without leaving a will. A court will determine the legal heirs of the deceased’s estate so that the items contained therein can be passed on to them. So how does a court determine heirship?

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Cory Krueger - March 26, 2018

Should You Create A Will Or Trust?

When you begin your estate planning, you’re going to make a few key decisions that can greatly impact your assets. When determining how your assets will be divided, you will first need to decide if you need a will, a trust, or both.

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