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A closer look at the responsibilities of a designated executor

When people begin to coordinate their long-term care needs in the form of a will, they are going to need to make many important decisions regarding their wealth, possessions and personal needs. In many cases, they will need to designate an executor in Texas who will have the responsibility of overseeing their requests upon their death. This person should be trustworthy and someone who knows the deceased well. 

Disinheriting your family member the right way

You have recently begun to rethink your will and are considering modifying the heirs you have designated in your original estate plan. Fortunately for you, changing things around is relatively easy and allows you to make needed modifications as your life changes. However, disinheriting a family member can be a bit stressful as you try to do it without causing hurt feelings. At Doehring & Doehring Attorneys at Law, we have helped many families in Texas to coordinate, modify and finalize their estate plan. 

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