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Small Estates Affidavit

This affidavit is for the use of an affiant seeking to manage the estate of a decedent who failed to appoint a property administrator/executor/fiduciary.

Small Estate Affidavit

Through the execution of this form, an applicant declares under oath that the value of her/his estate is below $50,000. Assessed value disregards location but considers liens and encumbrances. A copy of the affidavit must be forwarded to the Department of Revenue. Inheritance tax dues must also be paid.

Small Estate Settlement by Affidavit

Regarding the collection and distribution of a decedent’s personal property, the Washington Law provides a simpler alternative to the formal probate. Under this law, the individual entitled to the deceased’s estate can claim the subject property by presenting the Affidavit of Successor to the parties (either institutions or persons) managing . . . Read more

Real Estate Transfer Tax Valuation Affidavit

Should a real estate buyer decide against reflecting the purchasing cost in the deed, s/he must file this form. To be valid, form must be completed and signed by either the seller or her/his authorized agent. The affidavit is not considered a public document. Therefore, it shall be archived in . . . Read more

Real Estate Sales Validation Form

To indicate the purchased price or actual value claimed, you are required to complete the  Real Estate Sales Validation Form. The mentioned form has to be submitted in with Section 40-22-11 of the Code of the State of Alabama.

Real Estate Excise Tax Affidavit

To avoid committing common mistakes, affiant must read the instructions thoroughly. Completed form must be filed with the County Treasurer’s or Recorder’s Office. To identify the exact location of these aforementioned offices, affiant should refer to legitimate sources.

New York Real Estate Disclosure Form

Real estate sellers should offer this form to potential property buyers. The validity of this form is limited to the State of New York.[rawlink][/rawlink]

Connecticut Real Estate Disclosure Form

Through the information in this form, a prospective buyer is informed of the repair needs and structural defects of a property.[rawlink][/rawlink]