What Is Required for Final Accounting of Probate in Texas?

Answer The final accounting of an estate going through probate in Texas requires that the executor or administrator submit documentation to the court at the conclusion of the process to close the estate. ... Read More »

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Is probate required in Pennsylvania?

Probate is required in the state of Pennsylvania. A living trust is one way to protect certain assets from the probate system. However, all assets must be placed in trust while the person is still ... Read More »

Who is obligated to probate a will in Texas?

Texas law requires that if a decedent has executed a will and named an executor, the executor must probate the will and administer the decedent's estate. In the event that there is no named execut... Read More »

Texas State Probate Law?

The Texas Probate Code provides the law governing probate matters, including the making of wills, rules of inheritance without a will, administration of estates, establishment of heirs and appointm... Read More »

How to Protest a Will in Probate in Texas?

Whenever someone dies and leaves behind a will in Texas, that will is submitted to probate court, which has the responsibility of ensuring that the will is carried out properly. In cases in which a... Read More »