Rhode Island Small Estate Affidavit | PC-1.9

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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…

If real property in Florida values over $75,000, then the estate must go to probate court. However, if the real estate and personal property value $75,000 or less, then successors may file for an affidavit of heirship within 2 years of the decedent’s death. This allows the family or other…

When 30 days have elapsed after a decedent’s passing in Wyoming, heirs may file the affidavit of heirship to claim bank accounts, debts like final paychecks, heirlooms, and vehicles belonging to the deceased. If these items value more than $150,000 total, and there is no will, then the estate will…

Family members that file a small estate affidavit to claim heirship of their deceased loved one’s real estate use these forms to avoid probate court. The gross total value of the estate may not exceed $150,000, including unpaid wages. The real estate is valued based on the date of the…

The Alaska small estate affidavit, also known as Form P-110, is a document used to make a claim on the assets of a decedent after all property has been dispersed to the family and the rightful heir(s). Sworn Statement Closing Small Estate (Form P-350) – After the Personal Representative has administered the property…