Minnesota Small Estate Affidavit

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Wisconsin allows heirs that are not direct family members, including creditors, to file the affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, heirlooms, vehicles, and other personal and tangible property. Creditors must have evidence of the decedent’s debts before filing. If there are other successors, there may not be any surviving…

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According to Nebraska Revised Statute §30-24, 125, successors such as family or spouses may file an affidavit of heirship to collect personal property owned by a deceased loved one. The value of the personal estate may not exceed $50,000, and includes bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and debts owed to the…

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If a Kentucky resident passes away, according to the state’s statute §395.455, successors of the decedent may file a small estate affidavit to claim the decedent’s real estate property. The land or home must be valued at less than $20,000, and the successors must file within the county where the…

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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…

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In New York state, a surviving spouse may file an affidavit of heirship to collect up to $30,000 of the loved one’s estate. However, the affidavit must be filed with the state’s probate court so that a judge may distribute some of the private property, such as bank accounts and…