A small estate affidavit form is one used to list down the property of a certain deceased person and how that estate must be distributed among rightful heirs. The Kentucky Small Estate Affidavit form is similarly used within the state of Kentucky, can be used only after 30 days have passed since the death of the decedent and the value of the property should not exceed $15,000.
How to Fill this Affidavit Form?
- Enter the full legal name of the decedent, along with his exact date of death and name of County in which he passed away.
- Select one box with respect to whether or not any proceedings have been conducted for administration of the decedent’s estate.
- Select one box with respect to whether there is any real property in the estate or not. If yes, attach inventory and appraisal of the property.
- List down and describe the property of the decedent that is to be distributed to legal heirs.
- List down names of all successors of the decedent.
- Select one box with respect to the relationship the affiant shares with the decedent.
- Note down the date and the form must be signed by the affiant(s).
- Also, for the affidavit to be completed, notarization by a Notary Public of Kentucky State is compulsory, along with signature and notary seal.