What You Need to Know About Probate in Texas #infographic

What You Need to Know About Probate in Texas #infographic

If a person dies and leaves property that has not been passed to another person through a trust, shared ownership with a right of protection, or direct payments to beneficiaries (such as from insurance policies or retirement accounts), property in Texas will be allocated on a probate basis.

Probate is the procedure whereby a court legally acknowledges the death of a person and supervises the settlement of the debts of a deceased person and the disposition of his or her estate. The task of the court is to promote this process and, if possible, protect the interests of all the estate's creditors and beneficiaries. The Texas trial court's position and all court appointed persons to promote this process is known as probate administration.

What You Need to Know About Probate in Texas #infographic

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