Answer:

Determination of Heirship

(No Administration with Court Judgment)

You have arrived at this solution because: 

  • The Decedent died without leaving a Will.

  • The Decedent died leaving property other than motor vehicles, real estate, and/or tangible personal property.

  • One or more of the heirs cannot or will not cooperate in the settlement of the decedent's estate.

  • There are no debts due and owing by the estate that are not secured by real property.

  • The Decedent had money in a bank or financial institution and the bank or financial institution is willing to release the assets in the decedent's account upon the receipt of a death certificate and a certified copy of the court's judgment declaring heirship.

 

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