Washington Small Estate Affidavit

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If a person living in Kansas passes away, or they own property in the state, their heirs may file an affidavit of heirship to claim their loved one’s personal property as long as the estate values less than $40,000. These assets are most often bank accounts, but can include other…

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The Missouri small estate affidavit and affidavit of heirship are essentially the same thing, and cover real estate owned by a deceased person. Per the state’s Revised Statutes Section 473.097.1, successors may file a small estate affidavit between 30 days and 1 year after a loved one passes away, and…

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Oregon small estate affidavits may be filed by successors to claim real estate or other tangible property left by a decedent, as long as it values less than $90,000. The state requires specific successors to file – surviving spouses, blood relatives, or successors listed in the decedent’s will, if there…

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In Rhode Island, one of the successors who files the affidavit of heirship must also file to become the voluntary administrator or executor of the decedent’s estate. This person is responsible for submitting an inventory of the property, pay debts and expenses of the deceased (such as medical expenses or…

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Vermont allows heirs to file an affidavit of heirship to claim personal property such as bank accounts, vehicles, heirlooms, and debts owed the decedent such as final paychecks. However, the value of all said property may not exceed $10,000, or the estate will go to probate court to be divided…