The Affidavit of Heirship is a Texas Intestate Law document that allows inherited real estate to be transferred to the lawful heirs of an estate in certain circumstances. However, it should be realized that the affidavit of heirship does not provide an estate administration, has been the vehicle for many fraudulent conveyances, is not accepted by many banks, and is often for use in only limited situations.
Many times heirs, banks, debts, courts, oil companies, and other factors will require a suit to determine heirship over an affidavit of heirship. To determine if an affidavit of heirship is a viable option to transfer estate property, it is important to consult a Texas Intestate Real Estate Law Attorney that understands inheritance and real estate issues.
Texas Real Estate Intestate Lawyer
Texas no will Real Estate Lawyer, Texas Intestate Affidavit of Heirship Real Estate Lawyer, Texas Affidavit of Heirshipt Lawyer, and other Texas Real Estate Intestate Matter Lawyer
As a Texas Intestate Attorney, Jason Coomer helps families through intestate proceedings including drafting probate documents such as an Affidavit of Heirship and Small Estate Affidavit as well as assisting heirs through a Suit to Determine Heirship. He helps rightful heirs gain control of their lost loved one's estate to be able to sell stock, claim pensions, use bank accounts, claim oil interests, sell homes, or clear title to other real estate.
If someone close to you has died and you need to obtain control of assets or even worse if there are others that are attempting to wrongfully seize assets from your lost loved one's estate, make sure that there is a Texas Probate Lawyer to look out for your interests. A Texas Probate Lawyer can assist you in seeking inventories and obtaining an accounting as to what has been spent and what needs to be done to free up property and assets from an estate.
For questions on Affidavit of Heirship Texas Probate matters, feel free to use our Texas Heirship Lawyer Contact Form or send an e-mail message to Estate Attorney Jason S. Coomer