Washington Small Estate Affidavit

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In New York state, a surviving spouse may file an affidavit of heirship to collect up to $30,000 of the loved one’s estate. However, the affidavit must be filed with the state’s probate court so that a judge may distribute some of the private property, such as bank accounts and…

In Louisiana, successors may file an affidavit of heirship (vehicles only) to claim the motor vehicle of a deceased loved one, whether the loved one died without a will, or with a will that did not specify how to transfer the title of a motor vehicle. Sometimes, if a surviving…

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…

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 $25,000 or less. Successors must…

In Minnesota, a small estate that contains real estate and not personal property can be collected through a small estate affidavit, rather than going to probate court to claim the decedent’s real estate. A small estate affidavit allows successors – either relatives or other legal successors – to claim ownership…