Maryland Affidavit of Heirship

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In Iowa, the small estate affidavit is used by successors who wish to avoid probate court to collect their deceased loved one’s real estate. Iowa Code § 633.356 describes the procedure for filing the small estate affidavit, which includes a 40-day waiting period after the decedent passes before successors may…

If a decedent’s will does not cover their real estate property, including homes and land; the executor of the will does not follow the decedent’s wishes; or there is no will, successors may file a small estate affidavit to claim the decedent’s real estate property and either distribute it among…

Per Kentucky’s statute KRS 382.335 & 382.240, successors may file for their deceased loved one’s personal property – such as bank accounts, 401(k)’s, and even final paychecks – by submitting a completed affidavit of heirship. The decedent’s estate may not exceed $15,000, or it will go automatically to probate court…

Oregon small estate affidavits may be filed by successors to claim real estate or other tangible property left by a decedent, as long as it values less than $90,000. The state requires specific successors to file – surviving spouses, blood relatives, or successors listed in the decedent’s will, if there…

The Arizona Affidavit of Heirship for Real Estate allows successors to transfer real estate, finances, cars, and other “property” after the owner has died, without the need for a will or probate court. The estate must be valued at less than $100,000 for Arizona to grant this affidavit – larger…