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North Dakota Small Estate Affidavit |

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The North Dakota small estate affidavit, or the ‘Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property of the Decedent’, can be used by a successor of a person who died to collect the assets of the decedent and by-pass a complicated probate process. However, in order to use this form, certain conditions must be met. First, the person using the form must be a successor of the decedent. Secondly, the value of the assets of the decedent cannot exceed $50,000. Thirdly, thirty days must have passed before the form can be used and finally, there can be no other probate application pending or in process in any jurisdiction.

Maximum – $50,000

LawsChapter 30.1-23

How to Write

Step 1 – Write in the name of decedent and county in which you are filing

Step 2 – Write in the county again.

Step 3 – Write in your name and in Section 1, the name and date of death of the decedent.

Step 4 – In Section 5b, write in the description and amounts of assets of decedent and who they are held by.

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