Tennessee Small Estate Affidavit

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If a person dies in Hawaii and has no will or trust, their loved ones – whether direct family or other successors – may apply for an affidavit of heirship to transfer real or personal property into the successors’ name(s). The property must value less than $100,000 and cannot include…

The heirs of a decedent who wish to administer their loved one’s personal property, such as bank accounts or trusts, without going through probate court may file an affidavit of heirship for heirs, meaning they will profit in some way from receiving the decedent’s personal property. They are not a…

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 $184,500, including unpaid wages. The real estate is valued based on the date of the…

Successors may file the affidavit of heirship in Utah to claim personal, financial, and tangible property belonging to a deceased individual that is not real estate. This property includes bank accounts, final paychecks, trusts, motor vehicles, heirlooms, and other tangible or personal property that values $100,000 or less. Successors must…

Maine’s affidavit of heirship laws are governed under statute 18-A M.R.S.A. § 3-1201. If a decedent’s personal property, including bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and other personal property, values at $40,000 or less, then successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect that personal property. This helps grieving families avoid…