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In Missouri, the affidavit of heirship and the small estate affidavit essentially work the same way, and cover real estate. In other states, the affidavit of heirship covers personal property such as vehicles or bank accounts, but in Missouri, the successors must also file a document called the Determination of…

If a loved one who lived in or owned property in Utah passes away without a will, or the real estate is not covered in the will, grieving family members may file a small estate affidavit in the state and claim the homes or land owned by the decedent. The…

Per Mississippi’s statute Miss. Code Ann. § 81-14-383, when an individual passes away in the state, then relatives or other legal successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim the decedent’s bank account as long as the amount does not exceed $12,500. The successors who claim the bank accounts…

If a decedent leaves an estate without a will that values less than $30,000, a “disinterested party” may file an affidavit of heirship specifically involving the claim that this third party will administer the estate to the heirs, but will not profit from doing so. This third party should know…

Per Kentucky’s statute KRS 382.335 & 382.240, successors may file for their deceased loved one’s personal property – such as bank accounts, 401(k)’s, and even final paychecks – by submitting a completed affidavit of heirship. The decedent’s estate may not exceed $15,000, or it will go automatically to probate court…