Probate Forms/Information

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Probate Auditors

County Court at Law 1
Judge Christopher G. Morales
Probate Auditor
County Court at Law 2
Judge Jeffrey A. McMeans
Brenda Michalik, Probate Auditor
County Court at Law 3
Judge Juli Mathew
Benny Charles, Probate Auditor

County Court at Law 4
Judge Toni Wallace
Kathy Edwards, Probate Auditor
County Court at Law 5
Judge Teana V. Watson
Meera Mahadevan, Probate Auditor
 County Court at Law 6 
Judge Sherman Hatton
Norma.Garza, Probate Auditor


Please Read Prior to Contacting a Court to Schedule a Hearing

  • Requirements of all Courts
    • To set hearings pertaining to decedent’s estates and guardianship matters, please contact each Court’s respective Probate Auditor. Individual Courts may have additional information and/or requirements that are specific to their Court. To access this information, click the “Staff” tab under the Courts at Law listed in the left navigation menu before calling to schedule a hearing.
    • The following must be filed prior to scheduling a hearing:
      • Decedent’s Estates – (i) The Original Will (or the Original Copy of the Will if the Original Will cannot be produced) must be filed with the County Clerk’s office in accordance with the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure; and (ii) Death Certificate must be filed.
      • Guardianships – (i) Applicant attorneys must e-file a copy of his/her certification along with the application; and (ii) All criminal background checks must be completed
  • Please note that Court staff can tell you about the services of the Court and can answer questions about how the Court works; however, Court staff cannot give legal advice or answer legal questions. If you need someone to research the law and give you legal advice, you should consult an attorney.
  • You can check the status of filings online by visiting the Records Search page.
  • For questions about fees, filings, and status of filings, contact the County Clerk’s Office.


Probate Information

Decedent Dies with Will

Decedent Dies without Will


Guardianship Information



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