She pasted away and her husband preceded her in death. She has a will that leaves everything to my husband. He is also the executor and i am the trustee. I know Texas don't require Probate. He was also her POA before she past.
This is actually a probate question. While it may not be the law that every Will go through the full probate process, there is almost always some legal action required to change title on real property.
Also keep in mind the powers of attorney are not effective after death and that no one holds the position of executor or trustee until they are appointed as such by the Court during the probate process.
The first question is what happened to your mother-in-law's husband's share of the property. Did he have a Will? Was it probated? If not, did he have any children outside that marriage? It is possible that your mother-in-law did not inherit his portion of the property. Next- does your husband have siblings? If so, he will need to probate his mother's Will as without it, the property will be divided between them.
I recommend you consult with an experienced probate attorney as soon as possible to have these questions addressed. The best of luck to you.
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