Oregon Small Estate Affidavit

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Not many states combine the affidavit of heirship and the small estate affidavit, but Indiana is one of those rare states that allows successors to claim all personal property and real estate with one affidavit form. Under Ind. Code § 29-1-8-1, successors must wait at least 45 days to file…

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If a loved one passes away in Idaho, the successors may avoid probate court by filing a small estate affidavit to collect real estate owned by the decedent. This property at fair market value, minus taxes, liens, and other expenses, may not value more than $100,000. In addition, the real…

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If a loved one dies in Mississippi and leaves no last will or testament, then loved ones may file an affidavit of heirship (vehicle only) to claim the decedent’s motor vehicles. While Mississippi law does not specifically cover affidavits of heirship involving vehicle title transfers to avoid probate court, these…

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Under South Carolina law, SECTION 62-3-1201, a “small estate” involving bank accounts and other personal property can value up to $10,000 to qualify to avoid probate court. Successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim this personal property. In South Carolina, “successors” are not just the decedent’s loved ones,…

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The small estate affidavit for vehicles in Oklahoma requires a second form called the No Administrator Affidavit, which allows vehicles valued below $20,000 owned by a person who has passed away to be transferred to successors. Along with a certified copy of the death certificate, successors can avoid probate and…