Nebraska Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit of Heirship

Nebraska allows family or other successors to file either an affidavit of heirship for personal property, or a small estate affidavit for real estate, to claim a decedent’s property. Real estate may not exceed $30,000 in value, and personal property such as bank accounts, heirlooms, and vehicles may not exceed $50,000 in value. Successors may file 30 days after their loved one passes and collect any debts owed to the decedent.

Affidavit of Heirship: Nebraska heirship laws allow successors to file an affidavit of heirship to claim personal property like bank accounts or vehicles, as long as the value of the property does not exceed $50,000.

Small Estate Affidavit: The Nevada small estate affidavit allows successors to claim a decedent’s real estate and avoid probate court as long as the property does not exceed $30,000 in value.



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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…

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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…