Letter of Testamentary
A Letter of Testamentary is essentially a document that is issued by the court or public official authorizing the executor of the will to obtain control of the deceased’s estate. So, what is this mean exactly? It means that it’s legal proof that the person who is going to be the executor has control of the estate. The executor is responsible for a variety of things. For example, it can be the executor’s job to inventory the estate, pay off outstanding debts, and distribute the estate accordingly to the will. When dealing with banks or other financial institutions, estranged family members, or anyone else, this letter is the proof that you will need to get business done accordingly. By having a letter of testamentary the whole process of dealing with an estate after a loved one has passed can be much simpler.
Have a Letter Drawn Up Before It’s Too Late
A Letter of Testamentary is as important as a will itself. The problem, however, is that many people procrastinate on getting these documents drawn up and that can be very problematic. If your loved one never gets a Will or Letter of Testamentary drawn up, you could have a much tougher time trying to handle the affairs of the estate. It is for this reason that you need to have all of the important estate documents completed as soon as possible. This can include a will, Letter of Testamentary, muniment of title, or anything else. We understand it’s something that you don’t want to think about because it means the inevitable passing of your loved one. But you will want to make things easy for your loved ones and have these documents drawn up before it’s too late.
Estate Planning Attorney
To get these documents drawn up, you need a competent law team that knows the ins and outs of Estate Planning in Texas. This way you know that the documents you have drawn up will be right and true and legally binding. So, if you feel it is time to having documents drawn up for Estate Planning then contact Edmondson Law, PLLC today. Our expert team of lawyers will help you through this difficult and complicated process.
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