Austin Probate Court Information

The Austin Metropolitan Area has five different probate courts. The county where a person died or resided when they died determines which court their probate case will be filed. Each court has their own local rules and procedures. As such, it is helpful to have a lawyer who knows the rules of the Austin Probate Court where a case needs to be filed.

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Austin Area Probate Courts

Austin Probate Court and Travis County Probate Court

The Travis County Probate Court is in Austin and the busiest of the courts. This court has the most rules and it is strongly recommended to hire a local lawyer if you need to file a case in this court. Please go to the following webpages for more information Travis County Probate Lawyer and Travis County Probate Court Number One.

Round Rock Williamson County Probate Court

The Williamson County Probate Court is in Georgetown. This court also handles a high volume of cases. Please go to the following webpage for more information Williamson County Probate Lawyer and Williamson County Probate Court (Williamson County Court Number Four).

San Marcos Hays County Probate Court

The Hays County Probate Court is in San Marcos. It is more receptive to pro se litigants, but still a lawyer is recommended. Please go to the following webpage for more information Hays County Probate Lawyer and Hays County Courts.

Bastrop County Probate Court

The Bastrop County Probate Court is in Bastrop. It is a well run court and it is best to have a lawyer represent you in it. Please go to the following webpage for more information Bastrop County Probate Lawyer and Bastrop County Probate Court.

Lockhart Caldwell County Probate Court

The Caldwell County Probate Court is in Lockhart. Please go to the following webpage for more information Caldwell County Probate Court.

 

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