Admitting a Lost Will

Professor Gerry Beyer, author of the WIlls, Trust & Estates Professor Blog wrote an article where a Texas court admitted a copy of a will which gave most of the assets to the decedents sister instead of the children. The will had been seen shortly before the decedents death and many people had access to it. Normally, if a will was last seen in the decedents possession and cannot be found the Florida Will is presumed to have been revoked by the decedent. But his presumption can be overcome as it was in this Texas case.

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