Indiana Small Estate Affidavit | Form 49284

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If successors decide that they want to avoid the time and expense of probate court, they may file a small estate affidavit to collect any real estate the decedent owned in Massachusetts. Successors must wait for 30 days, but grieving families can wait up to 2 years to file the…

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In Rhode Island, an executor of a small estate may be named in a will and other successors may still file a small estate affidavit to collect real estate property, not including motor vehicles. If no executor is named in the will, then one of the successors must also file…

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Per Kentucky’s statute KRS 382.335 & 382.240, successors may file for their deceased loved one’s personal property – such as bank accounts, 401(k)’s, and even final paychecks – by submitting a completed affidavit of heirship. The decedent’s estate may not exceed $15,000, or it will go automatically to probate court…

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If a loved one passes away in New Jersey and leaves personal property, such as bank accounts and trusts, valuing less than $5,000, then successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim that property. This includes not only finances like bank accounts, retirement accounts, and final paychecks, but vehicles…

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Under Title 20, Chapter 31, § 3101, successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect a deceased loved one’s finances, which include bank accounts, final wages and employee benefits, and patient benefits (including final welfare checks). Government benefits including welfare and patient benefits may not exceed $3,500 total, while…