Rhode Island Affidavit of Heirship

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When 30 days have elapsed after a decedent’s passing in Wyoming, heirs may file the affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, debts like final paychecks, heirlooms, and vehicles belonging to the deceased. If these items value more than $150,000 total, and there is no will, then the estate will…

Under South Carolina law, SECTION 62-3-1201, a “small estate” involving bank accounts and other personal property can value up to $10,000 to qualify to avoid probate court. Successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim this personal property. In South Carolina, “successors” are not just the decedent’s loved ones,…

The affidavit of heirship for vehicles, under Title 33, § 33-24-1 of Rhode Island law, allows heirs to claim the motor vehicles – including cars, trucks, RVs, and boats – owned by a decent who lived in the state or had these vehicles registered in the state of Rhode Island….

According to Nebraska Revised Statute §30-24, 125, successors such as family or spouses may file an affidavit of heirship to collect personal property owned by a deceased loved one. The value of the personal estate may not exceed $50,000, and includes bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and debts owed to the…

The Missouri small estate affidavit and affidavit of heirship are essentially the same thing, and cover real estate owned by a deceased person. Per the state’s Revised Statutes Section 473.097.1, successors may file a small estate affidavit between 30 days and 1 year after a loved one passes away, and…