Some Texas Right of Survivorship forms are readily available online. We don’t need to remind you because you’ve probably spent an hour trying to find “the right form”. There is currently no single fill-in-the-blank Texas Right of Survivorship form that covers everything. You’ll need to hire an attorney to draft a thorough agreement that covers all assets and properties you and your spouse or significant other might own.
On November 3, 1987, Texas voters approved an amendment to Article 16, Section 15, of the Texas Constitution. The amendment states, “. . . and spouses may agree in writing that all or part of their community property becomes the property of the surviving spouse on the death of a spouse. This amendment now allows spouses to create a right of survivorship in community property.
Below are the Texas Right of Survivorship Forms that are currently available from the state of Texas. These were the most current forms when we accessed them but you might want to check with the appropriate state agency listed on the form to see if an updated form is available.
Click the link for the type of Texas Right of Survivorship form you would like to download. The Manufactured Home document is available in PDF only. PDFs can be converted to a fillable form using Adobe Acrobat DC, Microsoft Word, the PDFfiller extension for Google Chrome, or any document conversion software.
DOWNLOAD – Texas Right of Survivorship Form For Boat and/or Motor Microsoft Word
DOWNLOAD – Texas Right of Survivorship Form For Boat and/or Motor PDF
DOWNLOAD – Texas Right of Survivorship Form For Motor Vehicle Microsoft Word
DOWNLOAD – Texas Right of Survivorship Form For Motor Vehicle PDF
DOWNLOAD – Texas Right of Survivorship Form For Manufactured Home PDF
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