Georgia Affidavit of Heirship

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Under Article 25, § 28A-25-1, in North Carolina, successors, including creditors, may file an affidavit of heirship to claim the decedent’s property. Creditors who file the affidavit do so to collect debts owed by the decedent. The creditor must have evidence of the decedent’s debts, and may not file sooner…

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…

According to Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2113.03, successors may file a small estate affidavit to claim real estate property of a decedent. If the surviving spouse files the small estate affidavit, he or she may claim real estate like houses or land valued up to $100,000; however, if other…

If a loved one who lived in or owned property in Utah passes away without a will, or the real estate is not covered in the will, grieving family members may file a small estate affidavit in the state and claim the homes or land owned by the decedent. The…

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…