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The estate administrators role in the probate process

While some estates may be somewhat easy and straight-forward to settle, others might be more complicated. Estates that are forced to go through the probate process are often more difficult to handle, and require the assistance of an estate administrator. Some people appoint an estate administrator in their last will and testament; however, an administrator may be appointed by the court if one is not named. It is important to understand what the administrator does in the probate process so the right person may be selected for the job. 

Don't let myths keep you from making an estate plan

If you are among the many adults in Texas who have not created an estate plan, you are not alone. In fact, most people die intestate, that is, without a will, leaving their loved ones to make assumptions about their assets and funeral arrangements. Even more upsetting are those situations where someone becomes critically ill but has left no instructions for medical care or last wishes.

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