Louisiana Small Estate Affidavit

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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….

Maine’s affidavit of heirship laws are governed under statute 18-A M.R.S.A. § 3-1201. If a decedent’s personal property, including bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and other personal property, values at $20,000 or less, then successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect that personal property. This helps grieving families avoid…

The Arkansas Affidavit of Heirship allows family members to collect real and personal property in the event that a loved one living in Arkansas passes away. It is faster and more private than going through probate court, which helps ease the grief many families feel at their loved one’s death….

In Pennsylvania, small estate affidavits are governed under Title 20, Chapter 31, § 3102. The state allows successors of a deceased loved one to file a small estate affidavit for any real estate property not divided among heirs in a last will and testament. The value of the property may…

Under Connecticut law, if a deceased person’s real estate is valued at less than $40,000, then successors may avoid the expense and time involved in probate court by applying for a small estate affidavit. This property includes homes, land, stocks, bank accounts, unpaid wages, and some debts. Small estate affidavit…