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What to do if there is no will in Texas?

What to do if there is no will in Texas?

You can compel her to come forward with the help of an attorney. You can file for administration, if there is no Will that has been offered for probate. You need to meet with an attorney. Be aware that Texas allows for “Independent Administration” which is a more informal settling of a person’s estate. Talk to a lawyer.

Is there motion to compel will in Texas?

This answer is not intended to provide you with specific legal advice regarding your situation, or to create any attorney-client relationship. A motion to compel will is a pretty common occurrence in Texas and you will find the most counties even have a separate filing fee for this procedure.

Can a family member notify another family member of the death of a parent?

Every state has its own laws and I cannot comment on you state laws. However, it would surprise me if there were a law that required a family member to notify other family members of a death of a parent, sibling or child. Mr Foley offers sound advice.

You can compel her to come forward with the help of an attorney. You can file for administration, if there is no Will that has been offered for probate. You need to meet with an attorney. Be aware that Texas allows for “Independent Administration” which is a more informal settling of a person’s estate. Talk to a lawyer.

What to do if a person dies in Florida without a will?

If the deceased person died intestate (without a Last Will), the required documentation includes: The completed application for the certificate of title; This can be found on the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) website. The certificate of title or other satisfactory proof of ownership or possession;

This answer is not intended to provide you with specific legal advice regarding your situation, or to create any attorney-client relationship. A motion to compel will is a pretty common occurrence in Texas and you will find the most counties even have a separate filing fee for this procedure.

Can a person file their own will before death?

You can also check with the probate court. Some states allow individuals to file their own wills before their deaths for safekeeping. Many states require that the individual in possession of the will must file it with the probate court when it’s located.