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Probating a will as a muniment of title is best used in estates that are small and straightforward.
A muniment of title will allow the transfer of estate property to the beneficiaries named in the decedent’s will without the need for estate administration.
Cases like this are common when someone passes with property in his or her name that cannot be managed without their removal from the title. This legal document is filed to request recognition as beneficiary of the titles left behind.
Cases may be admitted to probate more than four years after the death of the Descendant.
These actions are unique to Texas, you should not use them if assets are in any other state than Texas.
If you would like to discuss whether your loved one’s will can be handled in a muniment of title probate, feel free to use the form to request a free consultation or call our office during regular business hours.
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