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Thursday, November 26, 2009

First Time Litigating in Probate Court?

Court Judge Gladys B. Burwell (Probate Court, Galveston County, Texas) has published her article entitled Suggestions for the First Time Litigator in Probate Court, The Advocate, Fall 2009, at 94. 

The following is an excerpt from the article:

The attorney coming to the probate court for the first time just needs to remember that the Rules of Civil Procedure apply to all cases and then they need to become familiar with the additional requirements of the Probate Code, and most particularly, in what court their case will be tried. 

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