Florida Small Estate Affidavit

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A small estate affidavit in Kansas involves real estate – land or a home – that values at less than $20,000. Under Kan. Stat. Ann. § 59-1507b, the decedent’s successors may file a small estate affidavit to claim this property in order to distribute it outside of probate court, including…

The Arizona Affidavit of Heirship for Real Estate allows successors to transfer real estate, finances, cars, and other “property” after the owner has died, without the need for a will or probate court. The estate must be valued at less than $100,000 for Arizona to grant this affidavit – larger…

Under Title 20, Chapter 31, § 3101, successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect a deceased loved one’s finances, which include bank accounts, final wages and employee benefits, and patient benefits (including final welfare checks). Government benefits including welfare and patient benefits may not exceed $3,500 total, while…

In Virginia, if there is no will, the small estate affidavit may be filed for real estate property valuing $50,000 or less. This document will be filed listing all the names of potential heirs, and a court clerk will send the document on to be filed in the state. Virginia…

In most states, the affidavit of heirship allows relatives or other successors to collect personal or real property, rather than go to probate court to distribute an estate that is small enough. Minnesota defines personal property in a small estate as valued at $20,000 or less – anything larger will…