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    Default What is a Legacy Event in Probate Court

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Texas

    I am a pro-se heir following my case of Dependent Administration from abroad through the Clerk's Office web site.

    A "Legacy Event" is now listed in the Clerk's Office records without any other information of what this "Legacy Event" might be (no relative document mentioned).

    Any idea of what this "Legacy Event" might concern ?

    Thank you in advance

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    Default Re: What is a Legacy Event in Probate Court

    In the dockets I see online that use that parlance, the term "legacy" seems to be extraneous -- that is, it's simply the way that events are described in the calendar entries for certain Texas courts.

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