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O'Connor's Texas Probate Law Handbook, 2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: O'Connor's
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781539209065
Service #: 42537405
Sub #: 42537404
Pages: 870
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement Edition

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Edited by Craig Hopper and D’Ana H. Mikeska—board-certified attorneys in estate planning and probate law—O’Connor’s Texas Probate Law Handbook provides an in-depth and practice-focused explanation of probate law in Texas.

Designed to help attorneys and paralegals handle probate matters quickly and effectively with detailed, step-by-step instructions and comprehensive analysis, this 800-page guide will be an indispensable resource in any office.

The book’s main topics include the following:

  • Death and disposition of the body
  • Collecting, securing, and managing estate property
  • Jurisdiction and venue
  • Wills (requirements and construction)
  • Testate administrations
  • Intestate administrations
  • Personal representatives (duties and powers, and how to sue and replace)
  • Opening an administration
  • Federal, state, and foreign taxes
  • Dependent administrations
  • Independent administrations
  • Temporary administrations
  • Will contests
  • Foreign wills
  • Alternatives to administration