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    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

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    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

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    • Texas "Laughing Heir" Statute Proposed

      Texas is one of the few states in the union that does not have a "laughing heir" statute. A laughing heir is someone that is legally entitled to inherit from the decedent, but is so distantly related ...

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    • Attorneys' Article Published in DBA Headnotes

      Nikki Wolff and Brandy Baxter-Thompson recently prepared an article entitled "Considerations When Choosing a Power of Attorney or Guardianship." It has been published in the April 2013 edition of the ...

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    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

      Read More
    • Attorneys' Article Published in DBA Headnotes

      Nikki Wolff and Brandy Baxter-Thompson recently prepared an article entitled "Considerations When Choosing a Power of Attorney or Guardianship." It has been published in the April 2013 edition of the ...

      Read More
    • Dallas County Probate Courts' Website gets a facelift

      The Dallas County Probate Courts have a new website. Click here to see their new website: http://www.dallascounty.org/department/courts/probate.php The new website offers the public considerable ...

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    • Texas "Laughing Heir" Statute Proposed

      Texas is one of the few states in the union that does not have a "laughing heir" statute. A laughing heir is someone that is legally entitled to inherit from the decedent, but is so distantly related ...

      Read More
    • Texas "Laughing Heir" Statute Proposed

      Texas is one of the few states in the union that does not have a "laughing heir" statute. A laughing heir is someone that is legally entitled to inherit from the decedent, but is so distantly related ...

      Read More
    • Attorneys' Article Published in DBA Headnotes

      Nikki Wolff and Brandy Baxter-Thompson recently prepared an article entitled "Considerations When Choosing a Power of Attorney or Guardianship." It has been published in the April 2013 edition of the ...

      Read More
    • CNBW adds its 5th Board Certified Lawyer

      Brandy Baxter-Thompson Receives Board Certification in Estate Planning and Probate Law from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization Calloway, Norris, Burdette and Weber, PLLC, proudly announces that ...

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    • How to Contest a Will in Texas

      The details of a will can have resounding and lasting effects on those involved, or excluded. Inheriting fortunes or property could build substantially better chances for loved ones while being given ...

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    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

      Read More
    • Texas "Laughing Heir" Statute Proposed

      Texas is one of the few states in the union that does not have a "laughing heir" statute. A laughing heir is someone that is legally entitled to inherit from the decedent, but is so distantly related ...

      Read More
    • CNBW Lawyers are Super Lawyers

      Mary C. Burdette has been selected by her peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America in the area of Litigation - Trusts and Estates. Mary has been included in this select group of lawyers for 15 ...

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    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

      Read More
    • Texas Supreme Court Allows Trust Dispute to go to Arbitration

      The Texas Supreme Court recently held that an arbitration provision in a trust was binding on the beneficiary of the trust and he had to arbitrate, not litigate, his dispute with the trustee. The case ...

      Read More
    • How to Contest a Will in Texas

      The details of a will can have resounding and lasting effects on those involved, or excluded. Inheriting fortunes or property could build substantially better chances for loved ones while being given ...

      Read More
    • What is a Will Contest?

      What Is a Will Contest? A will contest is a lawsuit filed by a person with an interest in an estate when he or she believes the will was created when the testator lacked capacity, was unduly ...

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