Hawaii Small Estate Affidavit

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Wisconsin allows heirs that are not direct family members, including creditors, to file the affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, heirlooms, vehicles, and other personal and tangible property. Creditors must have evidence of the decedent’s debts before filing. If there are other successors, there may not be any surviving…

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If 30 days have passed since a loved one died in South Dakota, then heirs may file an affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, trusts, debts owed the decent (like final paychecks) and other tangible property except for motor vehicles. The value of the estate may not exceed $50,000…

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The affidavit of heirship for vehicles, under Title 33, § 33-24-1 of Rhode Island law, allows heirs to claim the motor vehicles – including cars, trucks, RVs, and boats – owned by a decent who lived in the state or had these vehicles registered in the state of Rhode Island….

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An affidavit of heirship in Iowa covers personal property such as vehicles, large electronics, bank accounts, final paychecks, heirlooms, and other items. Probate Code 663.11 dictates the details of the affidavit of heirship, including the 40 day waiting period before successors may file, and the limit on property value of…

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According to Maine’s statute Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit.18-A, §§ 3-1201, 1202, small estate affidavits may be filed by successors if a decedent’s real estate is valued at $20,000 or less. Successors must wait at least 30 days after their loved one passes away before filing the small estate affidavit…