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Can Living Trusts Be Contested in Texas?

While living trusts offer several benefits, including privacy and avoiding probate, they are not immune to disputes. In Texas, as in other jurisdictions, living trusts can be contested on several grounds:

Can a Living Trust be Irrevocable? Insights from a Texas Estate Planning Attorney

One common question that arises is whether a living trust can be irrevocable. The short answer is yes, but the implications of choosing between a revocable and an irrevocable living trust are significant and warrant a detailed exploration.

Understanding the Tax Implications of Revocable Trusts in Texas

Revocable trusts in Texas are subject to income tax and may be subject to federal estate tax if the estate's value exceeds the federal estate tax exemption.

Living Trust vs. Will: A Comprehensive Guide

For comprehensive estate planning in Texas, it's often wise to use both a living trust and a will. A will can cover any assets not placed in the trust, including those overlooked or acquired after the trust was created.

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