The Complete Guide to Settling an Estate in Texas Probate can be a complicated process during a difficult time in many people's lives. How to Probate and Settle an Estate in Texas can help you understand, prepare for and work through the process of handling an estate in Texas. Written in an easy-to-understand manner, this book explains the different kinds of probate available in Texas and details the steps that must be completed. Checklists are provided for each specific kind of probate to ensure that no form or step is missed along the way. From dealing with creditors to handling estate taxes, How to Probate and Settle an Estate in Texas will provide you with essential knowledge to assist in closing an estate. Sphinx Legal Taking the Mystery out of the Law Appointing a Resident Agent Working with an Attorney Providing Notice to Creditors Paying Debts and Expenses Preparing an Estate Inventory Ready-to-Use Forms with Instructions: IRS Form SS-4 Application for Probate and Administration of Estate Notice to Creditors Appointment of Resident Agent and many more... Texas Probate Code Checklists for specific kinds of Texas probate procedures Explanation of forms to use for each kind of probate Plain-English glossary of terms Step-by-step instructions Ready-to-use, blank forms Your #1 Source for More Than 20 Years for Real World Law Information Sphinx Publishing An Imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. www.SphinxLegal.comService by mail shall be made not less than twenty (20) days before the return day thereof, exclusive of the date of service ... Proof of service in all cases requiring notice or citation, whether by publication, posting, mailing, or otherwise, shall beanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Probate & Settle an Estate in Texas|
|Author||:||Karen Ann Rolcik|
|Publisher||:||SphinxLegal - 2005-03-01|