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Affidavit Of Distribution For Personal Property 446ES - South Carolina

Affidavit Of Distribution For Personal Property Form. This is a South Carolina form and can be used in Probate Court Statewide .
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF __________________________ IN THE MATTER OF: ______________________________________ (Decedent) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) IN THE PROBATE COURT AFFIDAVIT OF DISTRIBUTION FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY CASE NUMBER: ____________________________ WHEREAS, the Decedent died on ________________________________________; and, WHEREAS, the undersigned Personal Representative(s) is/are the duly appointed and qualified fiduciary(ies) in this matter; and, NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with the laws of the State of South Carolina, the Personal Representative(s) has/have transferred and released the following described in-kind distribution of personal property assets to the heirs and/or devisees as listed on the Inventory and Appraisement such as stocks, bonds, securities, vehicles, household goods and/or other personal property items that were not sold, Name of person receiving the asset Specific Property description Percentage Inherited I confirm/attest that I have transferred the above asset(s) out of the Decedent's name. Executed this _______day of ______________________, 20____. SWORN to before me this ________ day of _____________________________, 20____ Notary Public for South Carolina My commission expires: ______________ Signature: Print Name: Address: Telephone (Work): (Home): (Cell): Email: Attorney: Address: Telephone: Email: FORM #446ES (1/2014) 62-3-907(D), 62-3-908 American LegalNet, Inc.
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