The Hawaii Small Estate Affidavit Form is also known as the affidavit for the collection of personal property of the decedent. This form can be used if the value of the decedent’s estate is less than or equal to 100,000 US Dollars and is restricted to the state of Hawaii.
How to Fill this Affidavit Form
- Begin with the name of the decedent, followed by the name of the affiant and the exact date of death of the decedent.
- The affiant acknowledges that he/she is the successor of the decedent and that everything in the form is true and correct. Then, list down all the personal properties of the decedent, with a proper description of each property. Make sure to describe each property in as much detail as possible. A continuation page should be added if the space provided is not enough.
- Then, enter details of the affiant – full legal name and residential address.
- Then, the affiant’s signature is needed and the form must be notarized by a Notary Public of the state of Hawaii for it to be concluded.
The Hawaii State Revised Statutes are listed at the bottom of the page for reference.