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Transfer/collect decedent's personal and/or real property

Transfer/collect decedent's personal and/or real property

Small Estate Affidavit for collection of Personal Property or Real Property.

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To be appointed the personal representative of the decedent's estate

To be appointed the personal representative of the decedent's estate

Informal Probate applies if you wish to be appointed the personal representative of the decedent's estate.

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When the situation does NOT fit within the Informal Probate court requirements

When the situation does NOT fit within the Informal Probate court requirements

Applies if you are asking the court to be appointed the personal representative of the decedent's estate.

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 A commonly asked question is:  Do I need an attorney for  Arizona probate?

The simple answer is no – anyone can file their own documents with the probate court. The right answer is one that only you can answer.  Many probate cases are standard and only require an understanding of the court document requirements and the timing of the process.  Some probate cases are more complex and you should be represented by legal counsel.

At Arizona Probate Services, we will discuss your situation with you.  If we are uncomfortable about preparing the documents for your particular situation, we will recommend you seek legal counsel. We will always be honest and upfront with you. Integrity and a commitment to quality is the foundation of our business.

WE MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU!
Real People- Real Experience – Real Trust

Then documents are filed with the court when it is appropriate, you administer the estate, and close probate when it is time!  With our help, it’s that simple!

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