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Probate & estate administration issues may arise in Texas

When it comes to handling a deceased individual's estate, the situation can become complicated if the decedent did not leave a will or any other estate plans behind. Such was the case with a now-famed street photographer who left no will behind after her somewhat recent death. Texas residents may be interested in the probate & estate administration issues that have since arisen.

The nitty-gritty of probate in Texas

The purpose of the probate process is to expedite the division of a deceased person’s assets and make it simpler on his or her family. Having said that, at a sensitive time like this, it could all get a bit much to handle for family members and things could go south really quickly.

What is probate and when do you need it in Texas?

If someone close to you has passed away and you need to wrap up his or her affairs, you may not know where to begin. You may be asking yourself several questions. Do I need to probate the will? What does a probate court do? Do I need an attorney? Below are answers to some of these common questions.

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