Court Affirms Trial Court's Order Admitting Will To Probate Over An Allegation Of Forgery

10.24.19

In Austin v. Austin, after the decedent passed, his daughters probated an April 2016 will, and his wife then sought to probate a December 2016 will. No. 03-18-00678-CV, 2019 Tex. App. LEXIS 8255 (Tex. App.—Austin September 12, 2019, no pet. history). The daughters alleged that the December 2016 will was a forgery. After an evidentiary... Continue Reading

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