Trusts are used in Texas estates with increasing regularity. The Trust may be used in place of, or in concert with, a Will in order to carry out the intentions and objectives of the person making it. Whatever the use, the Trustee often faces a minefield of legal duties and obligations.
This guide is intended to provide some basic considerations that every person nominated to serve as an executor should be aware of.
Separate Emotional and Legal Success Very few Will contests result in complete emotional and legal success for any client. Even when a client prevails on their legal claims, the road to obtain that
Know Who You Trust Any well-drafted Texas Will contains your nomination of at least one Independent Executor. This person will file your Will for admission to probate, receive the appointment by the