Legal Advice for Small Estate Affidavit — 39 results
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
Read this article starting on page 18. It reveals why you want an attorney that speaks "tech" on your side when planning your estate. Understanding social media and digital assets is not... more
Written by attorney Diane L Gruber, over 1 year ago.
It is rare when the Oregon Legislature does anything positive for hard-working, law-abiding, modest-income citizens. Last year legislators took time out from their main activity of taking... more
Written by attorney Matthew Odgers, 6 months ago.
You’ve made the hard decisions and your documents are signed, Congratulations, you’ve finished your estate planning. But have you, really? Have you explained your planning to your family?... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Millet, 3 months ago.
This guide explains what small estate affidavits are in Arizona and provides directions on how to find and fill out the form provided by the Yavapai County Superior Court. When can you use... more
Written by attorney Darl C. Gleed, 10 months ago.
Let's say a person dies in Hawaii and that person has only a $50,000 bank account in his or her sole name. Will a court probate or intestate administration need to be pursued to obtain... more
Written by attorney Brittany Gloersen, about 1 year ago.
After the death of a loved one, many families must navigate the Florida probate process. In the course of probate proceedings, the decedent’s assets are determined, his or her creditors are... more
Written by attorney C D Owens Jr, about 1 year ago.
Assume you're an adult with brothers and sisters and your parents pass away, leaving a Will and Trust to provide for each of you. What do you do if a brother or sister disputes the terms?... more
Written by attorney Peter Antonoplos, over 2 years ago.
In the District of Columbia, a decedent who passes away on or after April 27, 2001 may qualify for probate administration as a small estate if the estate is valued at $40,000 or less. The... more
Written by attorney Donald Quinn, over 1 year ago.
The state of Missouri allows a party who is either a distributee under a decedent's will or else an heir of the decedent to file an Affidavit to claim property with a net equity of under $... more
Written by attorney Melinda Markvan, over 1 year ago.
How Much Will It Cost to File My Complaint in the Probate Court?
By Melinda J. Markvan
While attorneys seem to know all of the answers, they actually know where to look for the answers.... more