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What Makes a Valid Will in Texas
What Makes a Valid Will in Texas

In Texas, there are four (4) requirements for a Will to be valid: a. The testator must have legal capacity , which means the testator must be 18 years or older, must be legally married, or must be a current member of the armed forces; b. The testator must have testamentary ...

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  • What Makes a Valid Will in Texas

    In Texas, there are four (4) requirements for a Will to be valid: a. The testator must have legal capacity , which means the testator must be 18 years ...

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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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