Letters Testamentary Dallas, TX

What Is Letters Testamentary?

Letters testamentary is a document issued by the probate court.  In Texas, the probate court grants letters testamentary to the executor of the estate after the probate judge has been satisfied that the deceased person’s Last Will meets the legal requirements under Texas law.  This document lets people know that an estate exists and that the executor named has been approved by the court.

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Letters Testamentary – Dallas, TX


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Visit www.ShuttLawFirm.com for more information on Letters Testamentary Dallas, TX, how to get Letters Testamentary in Texas, Letters of Administration in Dallas, TX, what happens if you die without a will in Texas, or any other Texas probate question, contact Dallas, Texas Wills & Probate lawyer Isaac Shutt at ishutt@shuttlawfirm.com.

Shutt Law Firm’s office is conveniently located just north of Dallas, TX, near the intersection of highway 75 and Campbell Road in Richardson, TX.


You can also call Mr. Shutt at (214) 302-8197 for more information on the topic discussed in this article or to discuss a different legal matter. For existing clients, quick phone-calls and brief e-mails are always free at Shutt Law Firm PLLC. Please consider the Shutt Law Firm if you need letters testamentary, how to serve as executor in Texas, how to probate in Texas, Last Will and Testament, or you need a probate attorney in Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Allen, McKinney, Garland, Addison, TX, Collin County, or surrounding North Texas area.


DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this brief article constitutes legal advice. The information provided herein is merely provided in the spirit of education. If you have a legal question, you should consult an attorney for your specific legal situation. Further, nothing in this article shall be construed to have started an attorney-client relationship. No such relationship exists until both you and attorney Isaac Shutt sign an engagement letter with the Shutt Law Firm, PLLC.