Guardianships in Texas

Appointing a guardian for your child is one of the most important decisions you can make as a parent. It’s a decision that is often made in the event that something happens to you or your spouse. There are many factors to consider when making this decision. You want to appoint someone who is responsible…

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Can You Argue Facts Excluded from Evidence in Probate Court?

Introduction: Filing or Contesting a Will Texas Probate Court is the court in charge of handling the probate process for deceased persons who resided in Texas. This includes distributing their assets to heirs and resolving any debts or claims against the estate. The court also has jurisdiction over guardianship and conservatorship matters involving incapacitated adults…

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Texas Probate When There is No Will

Probate Law without a Will The process for probating an estate when there is no will is similar to probating a will. There are several notable differences, including the heirship proceeding and the attorney ad litem. To start the probate court process, the applicant will file the following documents: Application to be appointed, Application for…

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