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Do I Need To Probate A Will in Texas

Does a Will Have to be Probated in Texas?

Wills that cover assets with only one owner or without named beneficiaries generally need to be probated. In Texas however, there are exceptions.

Muniment of titles probate Texas

What Is the Muniment of Title probate in Texas?

Having a will probated as a Muniment of Title can allow an estate avoid the full process of probate, read on to learn more!

Inheritance taxes in Texas

Is there an inheritance tax in Texas?

While there may not be an inheritance tax in Texas, your estate may be subject to the federal estate tax...read on to find out more.

Independent Estate Administrator Duties In Texas

What Are The Duties of An Independent Administrator in Texas?

Have you recently been named an independent administrator to someone’s estate In Texas? Here’s what you need to know about the duties involved.

Letters of testamentary Texas

Letters of Testamentary in Texas; the key to probating a will.

Estates In Texas going through probate require letters of testamentary or letters of administration in order for executors or administrators to carry out their duties..

How to avoid probate in Texas

How to Avoid Probate in Texas

Probate can be an expensive and time-consuming process. Here are some strategies to reduce the need for probate, or potentially even skip probate entirely.

Small estate affidavit texas

Texas Small Estate Affidavits and Avoiding Probate

Going through probate is often an expensive and time-consuming process. A Small Estate Affidavit can help you avoid the hassle.

Trusts in texas

The Lowdown on Trusts in Texas

Trusts are a vital part of estate planning. Here’s what you need to know about the different types of trusts in Texas.