Determination of Heirship

When a person dies with no Will but owning or entitled to real or personal property in Texas; or when there has been a will probated in this State or elsewhere, or an administration in this State upon the estate of such decedent, and any real or personal property in this State has been omitted from the will or from the administration, or no final disposition has been made in the administration, then the Court may determine and declare who are the heirs and only heirs of the deceased person, and their respective shares and interests. These are called proceedings to declare heirship.

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