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

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The Hawaii small estate affidavit, or ‘affidavit for collection of personal property of the decedent’ or ‘Form 3C-E-210’, is used by the successor in interest of a decedent to quickly and efficiently gather and distribute the personal property of the decedent with an estate not exceeding $100,000. In other words, if you are the next-of-kin of a person who died with less than $100,000 in assets, you can use this form to allow you to gather the assets of the person who died without having to go to court first.

Laws – § 560:3-1202

Maximum – $100,000 (excluding motor vehicles) (§ 560:3-1201)

Motor Vehicles – If the Decedent had a vehicle then the Heirs may be able to obtain possession immediately by filing the Motor Vehicle Small Estate Affidavit and file with the DMV Office.

How to Write

Step 1 – In the top section, write in the name of the person who died, the date of death and the relationship of the person signing the affidavit to the person who died.

Step 2 – Enter the name of the county in which the document is being filed. (It should be filed in the county in which the decedent resided at the time of death.

Step 3 – After Section 6, enter in the personal property which you are collecting.

Step 4 – Enter your name and address and sign in front of a notary public.

Step 5 – This form, once properly notarized and filled out, can be presented to those holding the property of the decedent for purpose of collecting such property.


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