Tex. Est. Code Section 32.007
Concurrent Jurisdiction with District Court

A statutory probate court has concurrent jurisdiction with the district court in:


a personal injury, survival, or wrongful death action by or against a person in the person’s capacity as a personal representative;


an action by or against a trustee;


an action involving an inter vivos trust, testamentary trust, or charitable trust, including a charitable trust as defined by Section 123.001 (Definitions), Property Code;


an action involving a personal representative of an estate in which each other party aligned with the personal representative is not an interested person in that estate;


an action against an agent or former agent under a power of attorney arising out of the agent’s performance of the duties of an agent; and


an action to determine the validity of a power of attorney or to determine an agent’s rights, powers, or duties under a power of attorney.
Added by Acts 2009, 81st Leg., R.S., Ch. 1351 (S.B. 408), Sec. 13(a), eff. January 1, 2014.
Amended by:
Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1338 (S.B. 1198), Sec. 2.03, eff. January 1, 2014.

Source: Section 32.007 — Concurrent Jurisdiction with District Court, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/ES/htm/ES.­32.­htm#32.­007 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

Jun. 5, 2024

§ 32.007’s source at texas​.gov