What do I need to bring to the DMV to get a replacement title for an estate car in Texas?
I'm the administrator of an estate and the title for the decedent's car is missing. I can't do anything with the car until I have the title.
- MayLv 56 months ago
As the executor, you are allowed to and may apply for a duplicate title.
"Bring" nothing but "take" your I.d., a copy of the will making you the executor, a cop[y of the death certificate, the registration certificate if available and some cash to pay the fees. or.........You may ask the Texas DPS (DMV)
- gLv 76 months ago
As the executor of the decease you will have to show the TXDPS proof of vehicle ownership in the form of current vehicle registration, inspection, or insurance coverage which was current at the time of death.
- Anonymous6 months ago
But you are not going to GET the title unless it is bequeath to you. Ask the DMV about moving it.