Indiana Small Estate Affidavit | Form 49284

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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…

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If real property in Florida values over $75,000, then the estate must go to probate court. However, if the real estate and personal property value $75,000 or less, then successors may file for an affidavit of heirship within 2 years of the decedent’s death. This allows the family or other…

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If a decedent’s will does not cover their real estate property, including homes and land; the executor of the will does not follow the decedent’s wishes; or there is no will, successors may file a small estate affidavit to claim the decedent’s real estate property and either distribute it among…

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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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The heirs of a decedent who wish to administer their loved one’s personal property, such as bank accounts or trusts, without going through probate court may file an affidavit of heirship for heirs, meaning they will profit in some way from receiving the decedent’s personal property. They are not a…