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Executor’s Deed Texas

When a property owner dies and the owner’s Will is properly filed for probate, the person named as Executor of the Will may be required to sign an Executor’s Deed in Texas to transfer the property from the Estate of the deceased person to the heir designated in the Will.

Good to know:  An Executor is the person named in a Will who is given the legal authority to carry out the remaining financial obligations of a deceased person.  This often includes the distribution of assets including real estate. The Executor may transfer or convey real property owned by the deceased property owner.   

What is an Executor’s Deed

An Executor’s Deed is the deed used to transfer or convey real estate property of a deceased property owner who died with a Will. This deed is the legal document used by the Executor to complete the transfer of real property owned by the deceased according to the terms of the Will.

Note: To be effective, a Will must be authenticated by a Probate Court. Texas law requires a Will to be filed for Probate within 4 years of the date of death.

Executor’s Deed

The Executor’s Deed will require the following:

  • A precise description of the property being transferred
  • The name of the heir or beneficiary receiving the property
  • The name of the Executor
  • The deed will be signed by the Executor in front of a notary

Once signed, the deed should be recorded in the county where the property is located.

This deed should state that the transfer is occurring according to the property owner’s instructions laid out in a valid Will. It should also state that the transfer is being administered by the executor of the estate.

To get started on the Executor’s Deed, please provide the following information:

Contact Person

Executor's Information

Name of Deceased

Name of Court which appointed Executor

New Owner's Name

Address of the property to be transferred

Also read about Warranty Deeds.

Do you have questions about Executor Deeds? Call and speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.

At Texas Property Deeds, all deeds are prepared by a Texas licensed attorney Board Certified by the Board of Legal Specialization in Residential Real Estate Law.

Having an experienced real estate attorney prepare your documents gives you excellent value for your dollar. Our service gives you the peace of mind knowing your documents will be prepared correctly.

Texas Property Deeds is a service of The Steinbach Law Firm.

The Steinbach Law Firm prepares all documents for any real estate transaction in Texas.

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Our service stands above the rest offering you:

  • Your document will be prepared by a Texas licensed attorney, Board Certified in Residential Real Estate Law.
  • All property records verified and confirmed.
  • Pay for your deed securely online.
  • $195 for most deeds.
  • Same day preparation.
  • As part of our service and for no additional fee, you may speak directly with an attorney if you have any questions.

Questions? Call Us!

  • Your document will be prepared by a Texas licensed attorney, Board Certified in Residential Real Estate Law.
  • Same day preparation.
  • All property records verified and confirmed.
  • Pay for your deed securely online.
  • As part of our service and for no additional fee, you may speak directly with an attorney if you have any questions.
  • $195 for most deeds.

Questions? Call Us!

Texas Property Deeds prepares documents for title transfers for any Texas real estate property.

Call attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.
Email: SteinbachLaw@airmail.net

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