New Video: “Three Things to Never Put in your Texas Will”

Check out the video below in which Texas wills attorney Isaac Shutt shares three things you should never put in your Texas Last Will and Testament. Estate Planning Attorney sees all kinds of Texas wills…. the old, the new, the online DIY type, and the wills done by expensive estate planning lawyers. After looking at thousands of Texas wills, Isaac’s learned three things Texans should never put in their wills!

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Three Things to NEVER put in your Texas Last Will and Testament

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