Idaho Small Estate Affidavit (Vehicle Only)

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In order for a grieving family to avoid probate court, they must file a small estate affidavit with South Dakota to claim the decedent’s real estate property, including homes and land, but not motor vehicles. The total value of the estate may not exceed $50,000 or it will go to…

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In Nevada, the revised statutes NRS 146.070 state that successors may file a small estate affidavit if a loved one dies without a last will and testament. The statutes were changed in October 2015 to update the value of estate to reflect the closeness of the successor to the decedent….

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Colorado’s small estate laws allow successors to apply for heirship of real estate 10 days after a loved one passes away. These laws keep estates valued at $60,000 or less, including stocks and unpaid wages, out of probate court. This can help save the family and other successors time, court…

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The Arkansas Affidavit of Heirship allows family members to collect real and personal property in the event that a loved one living in Arkansas passes away. It is faster and more private than going through probate court, which helps ease the grief many families feel at their loved one’s death….

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Both affidavits of heirship and small estate affidavits are administered under chapter 733.203 and following, as the same document. If an estate is uncomplicated and values less than $75,000, the successors may petition for an affidavit to avoid probate court. They must do so within 2 years of the decedent’s…