Hawaii Small Estate Affidavit

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When a vehicle owner living in the state of Arkansas passes away, heirship laws require successors to file separate paperwork to claim inheritance of the motor vehicle. The Affidavit of Inheritance of a Motor Vehicle is only one page long and does not require much complex information, but it is…

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The Tennessee small estate affidavit allows successors, including creditors with evidence of the decedent’s debts, to avoid probate court and collect the decedent’s real estate and distribute it among the heirs or creditors. The value of the real estate property, including homes and land, may not exceed $25,000, and successors…

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According to section 700.3982 of the Michigan Compiled Law, family members or other successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim a decedent’s personal property in Michigan. This property includes finances like bank accounts and retirement accounts, as well as heirlooms and vehicles. There is a 28-day waiting period…

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Under Connecticut law, if a deceased person’s real estate is valued at less than $40,000, then successors may avoid the expense and time involved in probate court by applying for a small estate affidavit. This property includes homes, land, stocks, bank accounts, unpaid wages, and some debts. Small estate affidavit…

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According to Mississippi’s statutes Sections 81-5-63, 81-12-135, 81-12-137 and 91-7-323, the small estate affidavit allows family or other successors to apply for ownership of a decedent’s real estate. If the estate values less than $50,000, then successors may file the affidavit when 30 days have passed after a decedent’s passing….