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If 30 days have passed since a loved one died in South Dakota, then heirs may file an affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, trusts, debts owed the decent (like final paychecks) and other tangible property except for motor vehicles. The value of the estate may not exceed $50,000…

If a New Hampshire resident passes away without a last will and testament, then the family or other successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim “real property” owned by the decedent. This property includes bank accounts, stocks and bonds, and debts owed to the decedent such as final…

Affidavits of heirship in Georgia can be filed by successors who have agreed how the estate will be divided, and there is no will specifying how the small estate should be administered. For example, heirs may use the affidavit to collect money from a bank account as long as the…

If a loved one in Virginia dies without a will, there is no application to become the administrator of the estate, and the personal property values $50,000 or less, then successors may file the affidavit of heirship to collect bank accounts, final paychecks and other debts, vehicles, heirlooms, and other…

In Minnesota, a small estate that contains real estate and not personal property can be collected through a small estate affidavit, rather than going to probate court to claim the decedent’s real estate. A small estate affidavit allows successors – either relatives or other legal successors – to claim ownership…