Alaska Affidavit of Heirship

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The Alaska affidavit of heirship is a form used by family member(s), heir(s), or a spouse to claim real estate that is believed to be rightfully after someone dies. This form may only be used if the decedent did not write a last will and testament while alive. The county…

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….

As long as a deceased person’s estate has no outstanding debts, no will or trust, no real estate, and values less than $30,000, then their successors may avoid probate court by filing for an affidavit of heirship. This allows the family or other successors to manage and distribute the decedent’s…

If a loved one passes away in Idaho, the successors may avoid probate court by filing a small estate affidavit to collect real estate owned by the decedent. This property at fair market value, minus taxes, liens, and other expenses, may not value more than $100,000. In addition, the real…

In Virginia, if there is no will, the small estate affidavit may be filed for real estate property valuing $50,000 or less. This document will be filed listing all the names of potential heirs, and a court clerk will send the document on to be filed in the state. Virginia…