Louisiana Affidavit of Heirship

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Under Article 25, § 28A-25-1, in North Carolina, successors, including creditors, may file an affidavit of heirship to claim the decedent’s property. Creditors who file the affidavit do so to collect debts owed by the decedent. The creditor must have evidence of the decedent’s debts, and may not file sooner…

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….

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…

Is a surviving spouse files a small estate affidavit to claim ownership of property such as a home or plot of land, then the value of the property may be $20,000 or less. However, if other heirs file to claim real estate property, then the value may not exceed $5,000….

If a loved one passes away in Wyoming without a last will and testament, then the grieving heirs may file the small estate affidavit to claim real estate property owned by the decedent. This property may not value more than $200,000, less liens and encumbrances. The interested parties must wait…