Maine Small Estate Affidavit

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In Ohio, successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim a decedent’s property and administer it outside of probate court. The affidavit process is governed by statute Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2113.03. Successors may claim personal property like bank accounts, trusts, and vehicles valued up to $35,000. However,…

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In Iowa, the small estate affidavit is used by successors who wish to avoid probate court to collect their deceased loved one’s real estate. Iowa Code § 633.356 describes the procedure for filing the small estate affidavit, which includes a 40-day waiting period after the decedent passes before successors may…

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Maryland’s small estate affidavit allows successors to claim real estate valued no more than $50,000. If a loved one passes away without a will or trust, the family can choose to avoid probate court by filing the small estate affidavit to claim or sell the decedent’s real estate as they…

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In Nebraska, the small estate affidavit allows successors to file for heirship of real estate property. According to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 30-24,129, real estate can avoid probate court if the value is $30,000 or less, and successors may file for ownership of the property 30 days after the decedent…

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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…