Wyoming Small Estate Affidavit

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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…

Under South Carolina law, SECTION 62-3-1201, a “small estate” involving bank accounts and other personal property can value up to $10,000 to qualify to avoid probate court. Successors may file an affidavit of heirship to claim this personal property. In South Carolina, “successors” are not just the decedent’s loved ones,…

Under Oklahoma statute 58 OS §393-394, successors can file an affidavit of heirship if the decedent’s estate qualifies as a “small estate.” Because Oklahoma affidavits of heirship cover bank accounts and other finances, the accounts may not exceed $20,000 in value. This can also qualify for tangible personal property that…

In New Hampshire, joint tenancy laws allow any property owned jointly to pass directly to the other owner in the event of one owner’s death. However, if there is not another real estate owner, and the decedent passed away without a last will and testament, successors such as spouses, relatives,…

When 30 days have passed after the death of a loved one who resided in Massachusetts, the successors may file an affidavit of heirship to collect the decedent’s personal property. This property includes bank accounts, heirlooms, vehicles, 401(k)’s, and any other property that may have a high value. However, the…