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Texas Estates Code - EST § 123.002. Treatment of Decedent's Former Spouse

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A person is not a surviving spouse of a decedent if the person's marriage to the decedent has been dissolved by divorce, annulment, or a declaration that the marriage is void, unless:

(1) as the result of a subsequent marriage, the person is married to the decedent at the time of death;  and

(2) the subsequent marriage is not declared void under Subchapter C.  1

1  V.T.C.A., Estates Code § 123.101 et seq.

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