How to Remove an Executor from an Estate

When someone is named as the executor of an estate, they have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of all heirs and creditors. This includes gathering assets,…

What are an Estate Executor’s Responsibilities in Texas?

When someone passes away in Texas, the executor (sometimes called an administrator) has four essential functions. They are as follows: Presenting the will (if one exists). Identify and collect estate…

What are Co-Independent Executors?

A person’s will typically names one individual as the executor, meaning that they have complete control over the estate and any proceedings that follow as part of the probate process.…

Top 10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Write Your Will

Writing a will is hard. So hard that some lawyers spend the entirety of their career and practice focused on helping others draft a bulletproof will. In order to save…

How To Remove An Executor or Administrator Named in the Will

What is an Executor? The Executor is the person who is named in a will to manage a person’s estate after they die.  Specifically, an executor’s duties include taking control…

Do We Have to Follow the Will? Learn How to Dispute a Will

We would love to believe that the last will and testament of every person is thorough, concise, and professionally written with the help of an educated legal counsel and that…

4 Considerations to Keep in Mind When Choosing An Executor

"Choosing an Executor” might sound like you need to pick a character out of a medieval drama, possibly the villain who terrorizes the hero with skillful tyranny until they finally…
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