Kentucky Affidavit of Heirship

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Affidavits of heirship in Georgia can be filed by successors who have agreed how the estate will be divided, and there is no will specifying how the small estate should be administered. For example, heirs may use the affidavit to collect money from a bank account as long as the…

The small estate affidavit allows heirs, from family to creditors, to claim the real estate property of a decedent in Wisconsin. If there are no surviving spouses, partners, or children, and no disputes regarding the real estate property in probate court, then the heirs may file the small estate affidavit….

In Louisiana, successors may file an affidavit of heirship (vehicles only) to claim the motor vehicle of a deceased loved one, whether the loved one died without a will, or with a will that did not specify how to transfer the title of a motor vehicle. Sometimes, if a surviving…

The Oregon affidavit of heirship is covered by statutes ORS 114.505 to 114.560. The successor(s) may file 30 days after the decedent passes away, and the value of personal property including bank accounts, trusts, debts like final paychecks, life insurance policies, and heirlooms cannot exceed $50,000. The decedent may have…

Per the Washington state heirship law, “successor” is defined as a family member or any other individual who can claim ownership of the real estate property of a deceased individual. This does not include creditors, except for state-run agencies like the Department of Social Services. These interested parties may file…