Texas has a relatively simple probate process when you have a properly drafted and executed will. It can be a bit more complicated if there is no will or there are problems with the will, but we can guide you through these problems.
For most estates, whether there is a will or not, the court typically will approve administration of an estate without the executor or personal representative needing to post bond. This process is known as independent administration of an estate.
Even though the process is straightforward, it is helpful to work with an attorney who is familiar with the probate system. Contact The Law Offices and Mediation Center of Susan M. Edmonson if you need help settling the estate of a loved one.