Wyoming Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit of Collection of Estate Assets

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The Wyoming small estate affidavit, or ‘Affidavit of Collection of Estate Assets’, is a form that may be used to shorten the process for settling an estate of a deceased person in Wyoming. In order to use this process, however, certain conditions must be met, including the following:

  • the person filling out the form must be a successor of the decedent
  • the value of the estate may not exceed $200,000
  • 30 days must have passed since the death of the decedent;
  • a certified death certificate must be attached;
  • there are no other successors with a right to the property
  • there is no application pending for the appointment of a personal representative

Once these conditions are met, the person filling out the form may use the form to collect the property of the decedent from third parties.

Laws§ 2-1-201

Maximum – $200,000

Converse County (ONLY) – Use this document for a small estate only in Converse County.

How to Write

Step 1 – Write in the name of the county in which you are signing the document

Step 2 – Write in your name as the successor

Step 3 – Write in the name f decedent and the date of death

Step 4 – Write in decedent’s residence at death and city and state

Step 5 – In Section 10, write in a description of the property you are seeking to collect

Step 6 – Sign and date in front of a notary public.