Memento mori – “Remember that you have to die”
This is a five-part series designed to assist the surviving spouse, executor or trustee. The series is presented in a checklist format. Each checklist can be used independently and can also serve as a reference for successor executors and trustees.
Every estate or trust administration is different. This list is not intended to be a list of everything you will encounter in a Texas trust or estate administration and is for informational purposes only. The list is not intended to be specific legal advice for you. Estate administration is work, and it takes time. Finally, you should read the entire checklist, events and actions in a probate may not follow the order as set forth in this checklist.
The Probate or Trust Administration Phases
Over the next few posts we will examine in checklist format the following phases of the Probate or Trust Administration Process:
- Part 1 – Before the Funeral
- Part 2 – After the Funeral
- Part 3 – Before Filing for Probate
- Part 4 – Probate
- Part 5 – Administration – Probate & Non-Probate
In our final segment, we will discuss administration.
Part 5 – Administration – Probate & Non-Probate
Please feel free to use our interactive checklist, in order to help you along your emotional and complex journey.
This series illustrates that even a basic probate is not as simple as first appears. Therefore, you are well advised to seek the assistance of a Texas Probate Attorney to help with the probate process. For questions regarding this topic or other probate or estate questions please contact The Wright Firm, LLP – Board Certified Texas Estate Planning and Probate Attorney & CPA – Paul F. Wright at (214) 780-9696 or firstname.lastname@example.org.