San Antonio, TX asked in Banking, Energy, Oil and Gas, Probate and Securities Law for Texas

Q: How much is a declaration? Of heir in texas and is it able to be deducted from a settlement with the comptroller?

Its my second cousin. Had no kids. My dads cousin. Mu aunt took carebif this many years ago after his suicide and failed to find a number of open accounts and what not. Ive not had comyavt with her in at k1east 3 yrs or more and havent spokennto my cousins, her kids in even longer. I always stayed with him summers growing up cause he was mentoring me in computer programming and martial arts ans had an idea in his head thatnje might be my dad. Cause him and my mom . well . my dad was his cousin. Through my grandfather who was my dads step dad i found out. My grandmother has passed after my grandfather and my father passed before her. So besides my sister who never met my cousin. Therea just me thats been uneasy about hus death all these years.

1 Lawyer Answer
Tammy Lyn Wincott
Tammy Lyn Wincott
Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: I suggest you have an in-person consultation with an attorney. It's a time-consuming job to review all the appropriate facts and advise you accordingly; therefore, you will probably be charged for the consultation.

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