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Probate Procedure In Texas


What is the Probate Procedure in Texas

The most frequent probate procedure utilized in Texas when, the loved one died leaving a will, is the Application to Probate a Will seeking the Issuance of Letters Testamentary. This probate procedure will result in the qualification of an Independent Executor (a male) or an Independent Executrix (a female) who will have the authority to act for the estate without probate court supervision after a brief hearing before a probate judge.

The Independent Executor or the Independent Executrix becomes the Decedent's representative for the purposes of terminating the loved one's affairs: payment of their debts, expenses of administration, and taxes; and the distribution of the remaining assets to those beneficiaries named in the Decedentís Will. This is called "administration." Or, the loved oneís will may be probated as a muniment of title (literally, "evidence of title"), where no formal administration is necessary.

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