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NEW CODE INFORMATION (effective 1/1/14):
You must bring originals of any notarized documents that were submitted by E-File to your court hearing.
HEIRSHIP PROCEEDINGS: Sec. 202.057. Affidavit of Service of Citation
(a) A person who files an application under Section 202.005 shall file with the court:
- a copy of any citation required by this subchapter and the proof of delivery of service of the citation; and
- an affidavit sworn to by the applicant or a certificate signed by the applicant’s attorney stating:
(A) that the citation was served as required by this subchapter;
(B) the name of each person to whom the citation was served, if the person’s name is not shown on the proof of delivery; and
(C) the name of each person who waived citation under Section 202.056.
(b) The court may not enter an order in the proceeding to declare heirship under Subchapter E until the affidavit or certificate required by Subsection
(a) is filed.
Amended by Acts 2013, 83rd Legislature, Chapter 1136 (HB 2912), § 17, effective January 1, 2014.
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10 Day Notice of hearing to all parties. All responses to be served on opposing counsel and filed with the County Clerk's Office, with copies to the court 3 DAYS PRIOR to hearing.Ancillary Schedule:
Thursday 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
**Call Court For Setting**Uncontested Docket Schedule:
Settings for most uncontested hearings can be requested online at Probate Court1 website
. For special settings that might require more time, contact 713-368-6700.
Probate of Wills and Administrations:
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Effective on September 15, 2017 until further notice.Heirship:
Wednesday 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday 11:00 a.m.