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Kansas Small Estate Affidavit Form | Affidavit Transferring Certain Personal Property

A Kansas small estate affidavit is used to collect the assets of a deceased person when the estate is worth less than $75,000. The form offers a way for a small estate to be distributed without going through the probate process.
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How to File (4 steps)

1. Gather Information

Collect information about unpaid debts, claims, or demands against the decedent’s estate and all inheritance taxes due, if any, and make sure these are paid. Make an itemized list of the decedent’s properties and their values, including proceeds from insurance policies. Gather information also about the beneficiaries and percentages they are owed.

2. Prepare Affidavit

Download the Small Estate Affidavit – Transferring Certain Personal Property in Estates Under $75,000, and fill it out using your gathered information.

3. Sign and Date before a Notary

Affirm the affidavit and sign it before a notary public.

4. Collect the Assets

Present the affidavit to third parties in possession of the decedent’s property.