Michigan Affidavit of Heirship

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A decedent’s successors may file a small estate affidavit in North Dakota to claim ownership or administration of a loved one’s real estate, including homes, land, and mineral rights. According to N.D. Cent. Code § 30.1-23-03, the successors may file a small estate affidavit with a 30 day waiting period,…

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Colorado’s small estate laws allow successors to apply for heirship of real estate 10 days after a loved one passes away. These laws keep estates valued at $60,000 or less, including stocks and unpaid wages, out of probate court. This can help save the family and other successors time, court…

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If a loved one who lived in or owned property in Utah passes away without a will, or the real estate is not covered in the will, grieving family members may file a small estate affidavit in the state and claim the homes or land owned by the decedent. The…

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To claim real estate owned by a deceased loved one in West Virginia, heirs may file a small estate affidavit. This document allows successors to claim and distribute property as long as there will be no disputes about how the property is distributed, or there is only one heir to…

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If an individual dies without a will, then the family or other successors can file an affidavit of heirship to claim the loved one’s property. According to Montana statute 72-3-1101, successors can claim personal property of a decedent as long as the estate values $50,000 or less, and the successors…