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A nuncupative will is a will that is an audio recording of an individual’s wishes with regards to the disposition of property. It is typically done when someone is too ill to write or sign their own will. In some states, nuncupative wills are deemed valid. Texas does not recognize nuncupative wills unless they were made before September 1, 2007. Even . | Read More


An executor is an individual, often times named in a will, who is in charge of managing an estate. Duties include selling property, paying bills, and pursuing potential legal causes of action. A beneficiary is an individual named in a will who inh . | Read More

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