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Friday, July 27, 2007

Texas Inheritance Law

Traditional lines of inheritance are breaking down and many assets are being lost to the next generation. Many people with stocks, bonds, oil interests, jewelry, and real estate do not always keep a good inventory of their assets and unfortunately they often die or become incapacitated without telling their loved ones what bank accounts they have, where they keep certain assets, or what real estate, stocks, or other valuable assets they own.

Unlike in many movies and on television, there is often not a team of lawyers and investigators brought in to scour the globe looking for long lost heirs. It happens, but someone needs to get the ball rolling. Unless one of the heirs or a family member or family friend steps up and files a suit with a probate court, property can go unclaimed and become lost. Sometimes the government steps in to reclaim the assets, other times scavengers come in and take it.

An inheritance lawyer can help protect a person with assets from scavengers that come in and try to take estate assets. An inheritance lawyer can also help family members that live far away from a deceased or incapacitated loved one reclaim assets or clear title to property.

As a Texas inheritance lawyer, Jason Coomer helps families clear title to property and reclaim assets and their rightful inheritance. For more information on Texas inheritance law or Texas inheritance lawyer, Jason Coomer, go to the following website:


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