Court Holds That A Wife Devised Her Property In Fee Simple Determinable To Her Husband With An Executory Interest To Her Son; So, After The Husband Died, If He Still Owned The Property, It Went To The Son

02.24.18

In In re Estate of Hernandez, the issue in the case was whether clauses in a will conveyed a life estate to the decedent's husband. No. 05-16-01350-CV, 2018 Tex. App. LEXIS 755 (Tex. App.—Dallas January 24, 2018, no pet. history). The will stated: The rest and residue of my estate, both real, personal and mixed...… Continue Reading

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