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Texas Probate, Estate and Trust Administration
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Texas Inheritance Taxes
Revisions by Jackson Walker L.L.P.
This chapter from Texas Probate, Estate and Trust Administration provides an overview of Texas inheritance taxes. The discussion addresses Texas death taxes; pick-up taxes; inheritance taxes; generation-skipping taxes; and applicable limits. Next, the chapter turns to the determination of federal gross estates; inheritance tax filing requirements; and persons liable for payment of taxes. The chapter concludes with analysis of late payment of inheritance taxes, post-return adjustments to inheritance taxes, actions by the state comptroller, and collection actions by the state.
Texas Probate, Estate and Trust Administration (Matthew Bender) provides in-depth coverage of every aspect of probate law and estate and trust administration in Texas, with straightforward guidance and expert analysis on such topics as probate of wills under the Probate Code; estate administration; the collection and distribution of assets; creditors' claims; exemptions and allowances; will contests; tax issues, including income tax returns for decedents and estates, federal estate taxes, and Texas inheritance taxes; estate representatives; guardianship; and the administration of trusts. Texas Probate, Estate and Trust Administration also contains easy-reference practice tools, including sample forms and letters, procedural checklists, lists of source materials, useful charts and diagrams, and tables of statutes, rules, and regulations.
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Estate administration is discussed in Ch. 30. The collection, management, and partition and distribution of assets are covered in Ch. 31, while exemptions and allowances are discussed in Ch. 33. Will construction is addressed at Ch. 40. Ch. 50 addresses income tax returns for decedents and estates, and federal estate taxes are covered in Ch. 51.
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