What happens if I die without a Will?

Many Texans never take the time to have a will drafted. In Texas, if someone dies without a Will, the Texas Probate Code sets out how the assets will be divided. Generally, the assets will be divided between the Decedent’s spouse and the Decedent’s children. What percentage of the asset that each child receives depends on the number of natural born and adopted children. If the Decedent was not married at the time of death and had no natural born or adopted children, then the assets will be divided between the Decedent’s parents and the Decedent’s siblings, nieces and nephews and so on.
If you do not have a will, call Ron Salazar at (210) 627-9000 to have a will drafted.