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Section 114.004, Estates Code
Article author: (author)Steven W. Smith
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The validity of Lady Bird Deeds, also known as Enhanced Life Estate Deeds, is decidedly uncertain. No legislative history or case law exists that directly supports the validity of such deeds in Texas.
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  • Texas Lady Bird Deed
  • Enhanced Life Estate Deed
  • edited by attorney Steve Smith
Article published date: (published_time)01-01-2015
Article section: (section)Law