What to Look for When Hiring an Attorney

Hiring an attorney is never a decision you want to make lightly.  A special relationship is formed when you hire an attorney—one that the law protects with its highest standards. …

The Case of the “Lost” Will: Can You Probate a Copy?

Estate Planning Attorneys Explain how Families in Sugar Land, Texas Deal with a Lost Will In most instances, following the death of a Texas resident, his or her family or…

You’ve written a will. Who has the right to see it?

Wills contain an enormous amount of sensitive information. If seen by unintended parties it could cause a mountain of headaches for the testator (the person making the testament, i.e., the…

The Probate Process: Getting Ready for Court (Part 1 of 3)

In this 3 part series we will give you all the information you could ever want to know about the probate process from preparing the will and filing the necessary…

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…

Disqualification of an Executor

If your loved one passed away and left a will naming an executor, you might believe that you are stuck with that person.  You might be right, but... not always.…

Favorable Settlement in Fort Bend County Will Contest

Paul Romano recently reached a favorable settlement for his client in a will contest in Ft. Bend County, Texas, Cause No. 13-CPR-025281, County Court No. 2, In Re Estate of William L.…

Rights of the Surviving Spouse

What happens when one spouse dies leaving a will that gives nothing to the surviving spouse?  You would be surprised how often this happens, especially in the context of a second…

Will Contest Victory in Milam County, Texas!

On January 14, 2014, Paul Romano of Romano & Sumner prevailed in a hard-fought two-day will contest trial in the 20th District Court of Milam County located in Cameron, Texas.…

Lack of Testamentary Capacity

Testamentary capacity or lack of testamentary capacity is the legal term of art used to describe a person's legal and mental ability to make or alter a valid will. Adults…
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