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In the mean time, here are a few articles you might find useful:

  • Probate After a Muniment of Title
    Muniment of title is an alternative to the probate process in Texas. It is cost-efficient.  It is fast–relatively speaking. A Will is required. Instead of appointing you as the executor, the probate court enters an order distributing property according to the Will.…
  • Drafting Agreements in Probate Cases
    The beneficiaries and heirs of a probate estate are not stuck with the distributions set out in the decedent’s will or by Texas intestacy laws. The beneficiaries and heirs can agree among themselves to some other distribution scheme. This usually involves negotiating…
  • Nonresident Executor Subject to Texas Jurisdiction
    Many courts shifted to online zoom hearings when the COVID virus situation started. This includes probate courts in Texas. This makes sense. Many probate hearings require witnesses. The witnesses are usually friends and acquaintances of the deceased. As with the deceased, generally,…

If you are wanting more detailed information, here is the table of contents to our probate book.

Of course, you can also call us if you want to talk. We can be reached at 281-219-9090.