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What happens to your property if you die without a Will in Texas?
What happens to your property if you die without a Will in Texas?

If you die without a Will in Texas, your property will pass to your heirs-at-law via a process called “intestate succession.” This means that the heirs who survive you can receive your property after all of your debts are paid. In Texas, they will receive your real property ...

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  • What happens to your property if you die without a Will in Texas?

    If you die without a Will in Texas, your property will pass to your heirs-at-law via a process called “intestate succession.” This means that the ...

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