Learn more about the “Texas Probate Passport” prepared by the Texas Young Lawyers Association to inform the public regarding what happens legally to a person’s property when they die with a will or without a will (and how the probate process works).
The packet at the link above provides good general information about:
- Dying Without A Will,
- Making a Will,
- Probating Wills,
- Estate Administration,
- Power of Attorney,
- And More!
If you have general questions about Wills and Estates in Texas, the link below has valuable information you need to know.
Table of Contents
Section 1 – You Can't Take it With You – Page 1
Section 2 – Dying Intestate (Without A Will) – Page 1
Section 3 – Disadvantages of Dying Without A Will – Page 1
Section 4 – Children and Intestacy – Page 2
Section 5 – Executing A Will To Achieve Desired Property Distribution – Page 3
Section 6 – Probate of Wills – Page 4
Section 7 – Estate Administration – Page 6
Section 8 – Conclusion – Page 12
Small Estates (Transferring Property When Someone Dies)
Transfer on Death Deeds
In this article, you will learn about Transfer on Death Deeds (TODDs).
This article provides information about dealing with and preparing for Medicaid Estate Recovery.
This article provides information about estate planning in Texas.
This article discusses some different methods for handling an estate—the property owned and debt held by a person—in Texas.
This article provides an overview of estate and gift taxes, exemptions, and strategies to managing your estate.
This article explores ways to own property and plan for the future to minimize the need for probate.