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What to do about heirship affidavit.

1 Answers. Asked on Dec 13th, 2012 on Estate Litigation - Texas
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We live in Dallas County and have an aunt that passed away in Wichita County, Texas, intestate. Can we do an heirship affidavit here in Dallas County for that situation or does it have to be done in Wichita County?
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Answered on Dec 13th, 2012 at 5:47 PM

You can execute and have the affidavit notarized anywhere.

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