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Petition To Terminate Independent Administration CCP 1003 - Illinois

Petition To Terminate Independent Administration Form. This is a Illinois form and can be used in Probate Cook Local County .
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Print Form Clear Form 2409 § 5/28-2: Petition To Terminate Independent Administration 2503 Notice to Heirs (Rev. 09/06/13) CCP 1003 A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - PROBATE DIVISION Estate of No. _______________________________ ________________________________________________ Deceased PETITION TO TERMINATE INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATION I,__________________________________________________________________________, on oath state 1. On _____________________________, _________, an order was entered granting independent administration to ______________________________ as independent ______________________. (executor) (administrator) 2. I am an interested person in this estate as ____________________________________________ (heir) (non-residuary legatee) _____________________________________________________________________________. (residuary legatee) (creditor) (representative) * 3. The will does does not, direct independent administration. 4. I request that independent administration be terminated. ____________________________________ Signature of Petitioner Signed and sworn to before me on this ___________ day of _____________________________, ________ Notary Public _______________________________ * Strike if no will. (*SEE REVERSE SIDE) DOROTHY BROWN, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS § 5/28-2: Petition To Terminate Independent Administration (Rev. 09/06/13) CCP 1003 B CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF RIGHTS IN INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATION Attached to this notice are copies of a petition for independent administration of decedent's estate and an order granting independent administration. Independent administration means that the executor or administrator will not have to obtain court orders or file estate papers in court during probate. The estate will be administered without court supervision unless an interested person asks the court to become involved. Under Section 5/28-4 of the Probate Act (755 ILCS 5/28-4) any interested person may terminate independent administration at any time by mailing or delivering a petition to terminate to the clerk of the court. However, if there is a will which directs independent administration, independent administration will be terminated only if the court finds there is good cause to require supervised administration; and if the petitioner is a creditor or nonresiduary legatee, independent administration will be terminated only if the court finds that termination is necessary to protect the petitioner's interest. A petition in the form shown on the reverse side of this notice may be used to terminate independent administration. In addition to the right to terminate independent administration, any interested person may petition the court to hold a hearing and resolve any particular question that may arise during independent administration, even though supervised administration has not been requested. Probate Act Section 5/28-5 (755 ILCS 5/28-5). The independent representative must mail a copy of the estate inventory and final account to each interested person and must send notice to or obtain the approval of each interested person before the estate can be closed. Probate Act Sections 5/28-6 and 5/28-11 (755 ILCS 5/28-6 and 5/28-11). Any interested person has the right to question or object to any item included in or omitted from an inventory or account, or to insist on a full court accounting of all receipts and disbursements with prior notice, as required in supervised administration. NOTE: This notice must be mailed 14 days after issuance of letters. The attached order must show the date of entry. DOROTHY BROWN, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
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