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Hawaii Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property of the Decedent

A Hawaii small estate affidavit can bypass probate and court appearances in distributing a small estate. A successor can use the form to quickly and efficiently gather and distribute the personal property of a decedent whose estate is worth less than $100,000.
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How to File (4 steps)

1. Make a List of Assets

You can do this in a simple spreadsheet. Your list should itemize assets and indicate their respective values.

2. Download and Prepare Affidavit

Download Form 3C-E-210 and fill it out.

3. Get Affidavit Notarized

When you have completed the affidavit, you must swear to it and sign it before a notary public.

4. Collect the Assets

Use the affidavit to procure assets from a person, bank, or corporation. Ensure you keep copies of the affidavit and the death certificate, which you can obtain from a local health department office.