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Could a pour-over will help with estate planning in Texas?

There are many tools that individuals could utilize in order to create an estate plan that best suits their needs. In fact, some tools could work in conjunction with other estate planning documents and allow Texas residents to better protect their estates and their surviving loved ones. One option that some parties may wish to consider is the pour-over will.

Will your children fight over your estate?

Estate law experts estimate that in Texas and across the country, about $30 trillion will pass from parents to children and grandchildren through inheritances over the next few decades. While you may not have $30 trillion to leave behind for your children, whatever you leave may be a windfall for some of your heirs. It may also be a source of contention.

Probate litigation seeks to freeze shooter's assets for victims

In recent weeks, the country has seen the suffering of dozens of families in the aftermath of the music festival shootings out West. It seems people in every state, including Texas, had some connection to one of the innocent victims of the rampage that left 58 people dead and injured more than 500. Now, at least one family is ready to enter probate litigation to ensure the shooter's estate is secured for the victims of the tragedy.

J.P. Morgan owes big after sloppy estate administration

After the death of a loved one, many Texas residents may have trouble dealing with the necessary steps to close the estate. The situation can be even more difficult if the deceased individual did not leave behind any kind of estate plan. In some cases, surviving family members may hire outside parties to handle the estate administration, but unfortunately, the professionals may not always act as they should.

Hefner's kids, charities benefit from estate administration

After any death, it is often necessary to ensure that the person's estate is properly closed. Estate administration can entail a variety of tasks, but the aspect that interests most people relates to property distribution. Estates estimated at considerable values often garner particular attention, and many Texas residents may have their eyes on what will happen to the estate of recently deceased Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.

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