Idaho Small Estate Affidavit (Vehicle Only)

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An affidavit of heirship allows successors to avoid probate court and claim a decedent’s personal property, which includes  bank accounts, last paychecks, heirlooms, and other “real” property. In Idaho, the affidavit of heirship does not include real estate or vehicles, and the “personal” estate must value less than $100,000. If…

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Montana statutes Mont. Code Ann. § 72-3-1101 states that successors may file a small estate affidavit beginning 30 days after a loved one has passed. If the estate does not exceed $50,000 in Montana, then a grieving family can avoid probate court through the small estate affidavit, and claim, distribute,…

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If a successor’s loved one passes away, the successor may apply for an affidavit of heirship to bypass the probate court. Probate courts can take a lot of time and can cost a lot of money, which a grieving family or successor may wish to avoid. If the loved one…

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Loved ones may avoid probate court in Oregon if a loved one passes away without a will. To claim the decedent’s vehicle, a specific form called the Affidavit of Inheritance for Vehicles must be filed with the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). However, the vehicles, not including boats, must…

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In Rhode Island, one of the successors who files the affidavit of heirship must also file to become the voluntary administrator or executor of the decedent’s estate. This person is responsible for submitting an inventory of the property, pay debts and expenses of the deceased (such as medical expenses or…