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Texas Supreme Court Denies Petition For Review In Ward vs. Standford Opinion

On October 9, 2015, the Texas Supreme Court denied the petition for review in Ward v. Standford, 443 S.W.3d 334 (Tex. App.—Dallas 2014, pet. denied).  This case dealt with the accrual of the statute of limitations for breach of fiduciary duty claims against trustees where the plaintiff complained of an act of omission.  The court of… Continue Reading

The Statute of Limitations for Bills of Review in Estate Cases Are Two Years

In Valdez v. Hollenbeck, parties attempted to sue an administrator for thefts from the estate by a third person around 1995 after the court had discharged the administrator in 1996. No. 13-0709, 2015 Tex. LEXIS 556 (Tex. June 12, 2015). The Texas Supreme Court held that all bills of review (statutory or equitable) from probate… Continue Reading
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