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What happens if I revoke a codicil in Texas?

Posted by Chris Peterson | Jun 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

What happens if I revoke a codicil in Texas?

In general, under Texas law, if a codicil is revoked, the original will is reinstated as if the codicil never existed. A codicil can be revoked in much the same manner as a will – it can be destroyed, cancelled or have another executed writing that revokes it.

If you need a College Station Texas estate planning attorney to help draft a codicil to your will, please contact Peterson Law Group at 979-703-7014.  Our experienced lawyers can help you draft a new will or a codicil.

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Chris Peterson

Founding Attorney Chris Peterson is the owner of Peterson Law Group. He practices primarily in the areas of wills, trusts and estate planning; probate and trust administration; elder law; and business law. In addition to the law practice, Chris is involved in Aggieland Title Company and Brazos 1...


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