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Kansas Small Estate Affidavit Form | Affidavit Transferring Certain Personal Property

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The Kansas small estate affidavit, or ‘affidavit transferring certain personal property’, is used in the event that the assets in the estate of a person who has died totals less than $40,000. In addition, in order to use this form, there can’t have been an estate opened or an executor appointed or pending. This provides a way for a small estate to be handled without having to deal with the complications of probate court filings. The affidavit is presented to third parties in order to collect property owned by decedent.

Laws – § 59-1507b

Maximum – $40,000

Motor Vehicle (Form tr83b) – To transfer a Vehicle Only that is under the value of $40,000

How to Write

Step 1 – Enter the name of the county in which the Decedent resided at the time of death.

Step 2 – In Section 1, enter the following:

  • date of death of the decedent,
  • name of decedent,
  • whether the decedent died with a will (testate) or without a will (intestate) and
  • where the decedent passed away.

Step 3 – In Section 4, enter the names ages, relationships, and addresses of the beneficiaries under a will or the heirs at law, if there was no will.

Step 4 – In Section 5, enter a description of decedent’s property and its value.

Step 5 – Sign and date the document in front of a notary public.


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