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You may want to check with county clerk where father passed here and order all documents.There will be an order appointing administrator and inventory and other filings.I suggest you write the judge and give them you address and ask that you be included in all future filings.
Once you have the documents you are able to see who estate lawyer is and you can contact them and again ask to be noticed of all filings.You are also able to have your own lawyer if you need to seek to remove the administrator called a personal representative.
You are also able to write the judge and ask for a hearing if you want to be heard on these issues once you are up to speed.
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Well see what documents there are.It is not fraud here if no one else applied to be administrator.You are correct others are ahead of him but they have to apply here, court will not appoint them if the do not make application ahead of uncle and be appointed.
Who Gets What in Texas?
Under intestate succession, who gets what depends on whether or not you have living children, parents, or other close relatives when you die. Here’s a quick overview:
If you die with:here’s what happens:
Are you claiming you got nothing from the estate?
Call the county clerk here
Tyler County Clerk
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County government office in Woodville, Texas
Address: 116 S Charlton St, Woodville, TX 75979
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You can see who the legal heirs were, what assets, where it went.And then go from there.Its all public record here.
Here you go thank for your patience
7 years statute of limitations for fraud.
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 12.01, et seq.
Felonies (Section 12.01)
Time limits for felonies include the following:
You could argue from date of discovery for fraud here.
Yes assuming you can use t he discovery rule to extend time here as well.