Idaho Small Estate Affidavit (Vehicle Only)

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If a loved one owns property in North Carolina and dies without a last will or testament, then loved ones may file a small estate affidavit to claim real estate and distribute it among heirs outside of probate court. However, the estate must not value more than $20,000, and the…

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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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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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In Louisiana, successors may file an affidavit of heirship (vehicles only) to claim the motor vehicle of a deceased loved one, whether the loved one died without a will, or with a will that did not specify how to transfer the title of a motor vehicle. Sometimes, if a surviving…

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Oregon small estate affidavits may be filed by successors to claim real estate or other tangible property left by a decedent, as long as it values less than $90,000. The state requires specific successors to file – surviving spouses, blood relatives, or successors listed in the decedent’s will, if there…