Settling an estate can be a lengthy process. A Small Estate Affidavit can help you speed up the process when the there's no Last Will and the estate is smaller than $150,000 in assets. Create a Small Estate Affidavit to quickly guide an estate settlement through probate court.
Use the Small Estate Affidavit document if:
- Your spouse or close relative has died without a will and you would like to finalize his or her estate matters.
- You were named the personal representative or executor of an estate that qualifies as a "small estate" under the law.
A Small Estate Affidavit is often used when a spouse or family member has passed. The Affidavit allows you to fast track the resolution of an estate through probate court. It's a good way to help you resolve final estate matters for a deceased person who died without a will and with a "small estate". The definition of "small estate" will vary from state to state. However, the general range is from $5,000 to $150,000. Be sure to verify your state's small estate guidelines before using this document.
**IMPORTANT: Residents of Georgia, Kentucky, and New Hampshire should not use this form.
Sample Small Estate Affidavit
Our step-by-step interview process makes creating a printable Small Estate Affidavit easy.Make Document
Researched by lawyers
and legal staff.
We're here to answer your
Your document is free with your subscription.
We guarantee our service is
safe and secure.
Mon. - Fri. 6am to 6pm PST
Or contact us and one of our representatives will get back to you in one business day.