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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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 ...

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    • N&W adds Board Certified Paralegal

      Alicia M. Collier Receives Board Certification in Estate Planning and Probate Law from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization Norris & Weber, PLLC, proudly announces that Alicia M. Collier received ...

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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
    • 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 ...

      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 ...

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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
    • N&W Lawyers are Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers

      John R. Norris III and Scott D. Weber have been selected by her peers as among the Best Lawyers in America in the area of Litigation - Trusts and Estates. John has been included in this select group ...

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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 ...

      Read More