Montana Affidavit of Heirship

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If a loved one passes away in New Jersey and leaves personal property, such as bank accounts and trusts, valuing less than $5,000, then successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim that property. This includes not only finances like bank accounts, retirement accounts, and final paychecks, but vehicles…

Under Oklahoma statute 58 OS §393-394, successors can file an affidavit of heirship if the decedent’s estate qualifies as a “small estate.” Because Oklahoma affidavits of heirship cover bank accounts and other finances, the accounts may not exceed $20,000 in value. This can also qualify for tangible personal property that…

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…

In Virginia, if there is no will, the small estate affidavit may be filed for real estate property valuing $50,000 or less. This document will be filed listing all the names of potential heirs, and a court clerk will send the document on to be filed in the state. Virginia…

If an individual dies without a will, then the family or other successors can file an affidavit of heirship to claim the loved one’s property. According to Montana statute 72-3-1101, successors can claim personal property of a decedent as long as the estate values $50,000 or less, and the successors…