North Dakota Small Estate Affidavit

Your program is now downloading

Try Other Programs

Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word (.doc)

The Illinois Probate Act (755 ILCS 5/25-1) was officially updated on January 1, 2015, and applies to any successors whose loved one passed away on or after that date. Unlike some other states, a decedent could have had a will, but the will may not have specified distribution of all…

Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word (.doc)

Interested parties, whether family members or creditors, may file the affidavit of heirship in Washington state to claim personal and tangible property, such as bank accounts and motor vehicles, and avoid probate court. The total value of this estate may not exceed $100,000, and any interested party must wait at…

Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word (.doc)

Small estates in Kansas are defined as property and/or bank accounts or other financial assets valued at $25,000 or less. Several small items such as motor vehicles do not necessarily fall under a decedent’s will, although successors may file a small estate affidavit (vehicle only) with the Kansas Department of…

Adobe PDF - Microsoft Word (.docx)

The Alaska small estate affidavit, also known as Form P-110, is a document used to make a claim on the assets of a decedent after all property has been dispersed to the family and the rightful heir(s). Sworn Statement Closing Small Estate (Form P-350) – After the Personal Representative has administered the property…

Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word (.doc)

Under Title 20, Chapter 31, § 3101, successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect a deceased loved one’s finances, which include bank accounts, final wages and employee benefits, and patient benefits (including final welfare checks). Government benefits including welfare and patient benefits may not exceed $3,500 total, while…