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Learn How To Obtain A Copy Of A Will In Texas.

In Texas, if a person dies with a valid will the will determines how his estate is disposed of to his beneficiaries. Often, the heirs don't have a copy of the will and so can't decide if the will is valid or needs to be contested. This may happen because the person...

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What Is Probate In Texas

The process for probating a will in Texas is for the proponent of the will to contact a lawyer to file it for probate with the county clerk. The clerk then post notice of the filing on the courthouse door (usually just a wall in the hallway) and serves process on...

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Do you need a lawyer to probate a will in Texas?

The answer to so many issues dealing with inheritance and probate is "maybe." If you want to probate the will as a muniment of title, then you can do that yourself. On the other hand, if the will names you as the independent executor, and you want the court to appoint...

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