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How Executors Can Navigate the Drama of Administering Estates with Real Property 

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How Executors Can Navigate the Drama of Administering Estates with Real Property 
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A review of an executor’s powers and fiduciary duties relating to the administration of real estate in probate proceedings, including the interplay between a beneficiary’s vested ownership interest and an executor’s right of possession, whether a power of sale is really all that powerful, and dealing with a surviving spouse’s homestead rights.

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  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Estate Planning and Probate Law | Tax Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2024

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1. Cribs, Million Dollar Listings, and Property Wars: How Executors can Navigate the Drama of Administering Estates with Real Property (Sep 2023)

T. Aaron Dobbs

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Cribs, Million Dollar Listings, and Property Wars: How Executors can Navigate the Drama of Administering Estates with Real Property (Sep 2023)

A review of an executor’s powers and fiduciary duties relating to the administration of real estate in probate proceedings, including the interplay between a beneficiary’s vested ownership interest and an executor’s right of possession, whether a power of sale is really all that powerful, and dealing with a surviving spouse’s homestead rights.

Originally presented: Aug 2023 Estate Planning, Guardianship and Elder Law Conference

T. Aaron Dobbs, Gray Reed & McGraw LLP - Houston, TX