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Do all assets go through probate in Texas?

In Texas, most estates go through probate. Even with a will, receiving the deceased's inheritance usually requires processing through the courts. However, Texas does not consider every asset to be a probate asset. According to Texas Estate Codes, certain agreements,...

Factors that can delay probate proceedings

The probate process can take several months to over a year to execute. Because no two states are the same, the length of time it takes to complete probate varies on a case-by-case basis. However, the presence of numerous factors is very likely to cause delays in the...

What happens during probate?

You may hear the word probate and associate it with a will but know nothing else about it. Probate is a legal process whereby a will goes through the court to ensure things happen, as you stated. If your estate qualifies for probate, your family may have to wait...

Avoid these Chapter 7 mistakes

Bankruptcy is a helpful tool to use if you have issues paying your debt. However, in the case of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are a few mistakes you need to avoid before declaring. Chapter 7 is an excellent way to start fresh, though your credit score will take a...

Can you contest a will?

When someone dies with a will, their assets and possessions get distributed to their heirs and beneficiaries. You cannot contest a will solely because you are unhappy with your inheritance or think it was unfair. You must have a valid reason to contest a will with...

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James O.Cure

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