Obviously, any person with questions on wills including will disputes or contests must consult with an attorney as each situation is different.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 29, 2016
Burdette & Rice, a top Dallas law firm focusing on will litigation and disputes, is proud to announce the latest informative post to its blog on the topic of wills. Many lay people have questions about how to draft a will, and once drafted, how to change a will. The firm's blog answers these types of questions in simple language.
"Obviously, any person with questions on wills including will disputes or contests must consult with an attorney as each situation is different," explained Elliott Burdette, Managing Director of Probate Litigation at Burdette and Rice. “However, our firm is very forward-looking, and we use our blog to respond to issues that befuddle the general public with the goal of providing some basic, non-controversial education and spurring them to reach out to an attorney for detailed guidance. Our latest post, accordingly, focuses on the issue of how to change a will under Texas law.”
To read the post in its entirety, visit http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/change-a-will-under-texas-law/. There, in addition to the firm's lively blog, readers can find information on practice areas including will contests, disputes, and litigation under Texas law. With a convenient Dallas location, the firm's attorneys are easy to reach for a consultation from not just Dallas but nearby cities such as Plano, Richardson, or Frisco.
Blog Post on Will Changes: A Brief Summary
Anyone in Texas who has significant assets and/or dependents should have a will. There is a strong preference that a will should be drafted under the supervision of a trained attorney, so that the client understands the parameters of the law and is able to set up his or her will in such as way as to preclude problems in the event of death. Those with more complicated assets are also well served to garner professional advice on estates and trusts. That said, handwritten wills may be valid under Texas law under certain circumstances. Changes to these wills, however, must be made in specific ways. The blog posts explains some of the parameters, but makes clear that the best course of action is to reach out to an attorney that specializes in probate law including wills and estates. Indeed, with a strong reputation in the Dallas area for probate, trust, and estate litigation, the firm's attorneys are well positioned to answer many common questions that, unfortunately, can arise when proper procedures are not followed.
About Burdette & Rice, PLLC
Burdette & Rice, PLLC is a top Dallas probate law firm, with lawyers dedicated to listening to their clients, being fully present to them, and advocating their clients’ positions in the simplest and most persuasive way possible. The law firm employs some of the top probate and estate lawyers in Dallas, Texas. Clients come to Burdette & Rice to contest a will in Texas, work on complex inheritance litigation and disputes, and to litigate disputes over powers of attorney, guardianship and trustee issues all based on Texas law.
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