In the USA, when one person dies and leaves the property without any will on this property’s disposal, it is advisable to complete particular papers. In Oklahoma, when situations like this happen, people interested in obtaining the estate need to download and fill out the Oklahoma Small Estate Affidavit Form.
The small estate affidavit is an essential part of the property inheritance process. Without filing it, descendants of the deceased cannot claim an estate inheritance.
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The form can be completed only if the decedent’s personal property’s total value is around $50,000 or less. Having this form completed, descendants can enormously simplify the process of obtaining the inherited private estate of the deceased.
One should follow the Oklahoma state laws regulating estate relations between inheritors and the decedent. An essential legal paper containing details and requirements on these relations is the 2019 Oklahoma Statutes.
Following Oklahoma Statutes, these are specific requirements descendants need to know for successful completion of the Oklahoma Small Estate Affidavit Form:
Also, no inheritance issue on the deceased pending can be considered before the probate jurisdiction.
State the County
Enter the name of the county where the deceased person resided and where you are signing the document.
Give Your Personal Data
Write down your full name as the descendant of the deceased’s property.
Clarify the Relationship Status
Clarify the status of your relationship with the decedent. Also, enter their full name and the date they passed away. An authorized death certificate must be attached to the affidavit form.
Register the Bank Details
Write down the bank name and the number of the account.
Give Names of the Voluntary Administrator and the Decedent
Enter your name and the name of the deceased.
Sign the Affidavit Form
Sign the affidavit form in the presence of a notary public so they can confirm its validity.