North Dakota Small Estate Affidavit

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Per New Mexico statutes Section 3-1204 [45-3-1204 NMSA 1978], a decedent who owned property in the state and does not leave a last will and testament will either have their real estate sent to probate court, or heirs may file a small estate affidavit to claim the property as long…

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According to section 700.3982 of the Michigan Compiled Law, family members or other successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim a decedent’s personal property in Michigan. This property includes finances like bank accounts and retirement accounts, as well as heirlooms and vehicles. There is a 28-day waiting period…

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Wisconsin allows heirs that are not direct family members, including creditors, to file the affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, heirlooms, vehicles, and other personal and tangible property. Creditors must have evidence of the decedent’s debts before filing. If there are other successors, there may not be any surviving…

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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…

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In Missouri, the affidavit of heirship and the small estate affidavit essentially work the same way, and cover real estate. In other states, the affidavit of heirship covers personal property such as vehicles or bank accounts, but in Missouri, the successors must also file a document called the Determination of…