Virginia Affidavit of Heirship | Real Estate

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An affidavit of heirship allows successors to claim the personal property, such as bank accounts and heirlooms, of a decedent. Maryland statutes governing the affidavit of heirship include MD Code Estates & Trusts § 3-101 to 3-112. The personal property of the decedent may not exceed $30,000 in value, or…

To claim real estate owned by a deceased loved one in West Virginia, heirs may file a small estate affidavit. This document allows successors to claim and distribute property as long as there will be no disputes about how the property is distributed, or there is only one heir to…

In Pennsylvania, small estate affidavits are governed under Title 20, Chapter 31, § 3102. The state allows successors of a deceased loved one to file a small estate affidavit for any real estate property not divided among heirs in a last will and testament. The value of the property may…

When a loved one living in Massachusetts passes away, the surviving spouse or other family members may file an affidavit to claim a motor vehicle if the decedent’s will did not specify how to transfer the property, or the decedent left no will. The state prefers surviving spouses – a…

Download the Alaska DMV affidavit of an estate for a vehicle may be completed by an affiant who is the successor of the previous owner due to death. Pursuant to AS 13.16.680(a) the total value of all vehicles handed down to the affiant may not be more than one-hundred thousand dollars…