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What to Know About the “Slayer Statute” a/k/a the “Killer Laws”

Most states around the nation have a "Slayer Statute," a/k/a a "Killer Statute" a/k/a "Killer Laws", including Texas, which ensures an individual who is found guilty of or is suspected of causing the death of another person cannot benefit from the intentional murder of the decedent, particularly, their life insurance policies and estates. Equity does not allow a "bad actor" - in this case a murderer - to benefit from their bad act. The Texas Read More...
Texas Inheritance Law

Things You Should Know About Inheritance

Things You Should Know About Inheritance Even if you do not own a large estate with acres of rolling Read More...

SUMNER REDSTONE’s

Testimony that he wanted to be rid of his ex-girlfriend, Manuela Herzer, saves the day for him in the Read More...

B.B. KING

Having no children during either of his two marriages and with a doctor's finding that he was not able Read More...

PRINCE died tragically and young!!

Apparently, he did not believe he was going to die anytime soon. As a result, he left no Will, which Read More...

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