Requirements for a Valid Will in Texas

What Makes a Will Valid in Texas? Creating a valid will in Texas is a critical step in ensuring that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after your passing. A valid will provides legal clarity and helps minimize potential disputes among your beneficiaries. To ensure your will is legally binding and effective in […]

Understanding Pet Custody Laws in Texas

Divorce is often a challenging and emotional process, and the division of assets and property can be particularly contentious. In recent years, the issue of pet custody has gained significant attention, as more and more pet owners consider their furry friends as family members. At Petraborg Attorneys, we aim to shed light on pet custody […]

What Happens When Someone Dies Without a Will?

When someone in Texas dies without a valid will, it triggers a legal process known as intestate succession. Intestate succession governs how the deceased person’s estate will be distributed among their heirs. The Estate includes any real estate or personal property the deceased owned. In the absence of a will, the state’s laws dictate who […]

Contested vs Uncontested Divorce

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A contested divorce is when the parties cannot reach an agreement before going to court, usually about the division of assets or the custody of the children. An uncontested divorce is when the parties reach an agreement themselves and the courts approve that agreement. However, due to some changes by the courts, there is very […]