Louisiana Affidavit of Heirship (Vehicles Only)

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If a Kentucky resident passes away, according to the state’s statute §395.455, successors of the decedent may file a small estate affidavit to claim the decedent’s real estate property. The land or home must be valued at less than $20,000, and the successors must file within the county where the…

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According to Mississippi’s statutes Sections 81-5-63, 81-12-135, 81-12-137 and 91-7-323, the small estate affidavit allows family or other successors to apply for ownership of a decedent’s real estate. If the estate values less than $50,000, then successors may file the affidavit when 30 days have passed after a decedent’s passing….

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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….

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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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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…