Depends on your state and county. If nobody is paying the taxes eventually it will get foreclosed on by the taxing authorities and you can buy it at the tax sale.
Have you looked on the county assessor site for an owner?
@Domonique Luchin if you want to PM me info on the owner I'll see if I can find anything.
If you are referring to adverse possession laws, that will not work because that is not how the law is written in Texas. As for placing a lien by paying the taxes I am not familiar with how that works so I don't want to misguide you. You would need to speak with a lawyer. Best bet would be to try and find and contact the law firm handling the estate of the deceased owners. Not my area of expertise but I would be interested to know what you find out.
Originally posted by @Domonique Luchin :
@Chris Burnett’s yes I have it’s behind on taxes for about 3 years now
Request a copy of the death certificate. Whom ever filed it out will be your first point of contact. This person may have started the probate process. If so, the administration process has already started.