Rhode Island Affidavit of Heirship

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The Alabama affidavit of heirship is a form that may be used when a loved one dies and a person is the rightful heir and chooses to bypass the probate process in order to obtain possession of real estate. This form may only be used by family member(s) or a…

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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,…

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In Nebraska, the small estate affidavit allows successors to file for heirship of real estate property. According to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 30-24,129, real estate can avoid probate court if the value is $30,000 or less, and successors may file for ownership of the property 30 days after the decedent…

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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…

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According to Nevada’s statutes Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 146.080, amended by 2105 Nevada Laws Ch. 169 (A.B. 130), successors not directly related to the decedent may file an affidavit of heirship for personal property valued up to $20,000. If a surviving spouse files, then the estate may value up…