Colorado Small Estate Affidavit | DR-2712

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If a person dies in Hawaii and has no will or trust, their loved ones – whether direct family or other successors – may apply for an affidavit of heirship to transfer real or personal property into the successors’ name(s). The property must value less than $100,000 and cannot include…

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Vermont allows heirs to file an affidavit of heirship to claim personal property such as bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and debts owed the decedent such as final paychecks. However, the value of all said property may not exceed $10,000, or the estate will go to probate court to be divided…

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In New Hampshire, joint tenancy laws allow any property owned jointly to pass directly to the other owner in the event of one owner’s death. However, if there is not another real estate owner, and the decedent passed away without a last will and testament, successors such as spouses, relatives,…

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If a person living in Arkansas dies with no will, and their house and land are valued at less than $100,000, the family may apply for a Small Estate Affidavit. This form allows the family to bypass probate court, which can take a long time, add expensive legal fees, and…

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Texas defines “small estates” as those valuing $50,000 or less. To claim bank accounts, trusts, heirlooms, and other personal property not including motor vehicles owned by a decedent, interested parties may file the affidavit of heirship to avoid probate court. If there is no will, or the court determines the…