I agree with my colleagues. There is no pre-printed form. I would contact the attorney for the executor and notify him/her of your desire to disclaim your interest and I would have the attorney draw up the paperwork for you to do so.
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I do not believe that Michigan has a form that you can use. However, you, or the personal representative, can easily create a disclaimer. The caption would be "disclaimer". You would then make a written statement: "I disclaim any interest in the estate of _________________." You would then sign the statement, print your name under your signature and provide your address and telephone number. This document would then be signed and then filed with with the probate registrar in the County where the estate is located.
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I agree with Attorney Conway-but
It would be best for an attorney to prepare
and discuss the do and dont's, and timing
issues and file it for you.
You might have a timing issue concerning a disclaimer(at least on the federal tax level).
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.