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Affidavit To Obtain Bank Balance 482ES - South Carolina

Affidavit To Obtain Bank Balance 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 TO OBTAIN BANK BALANCE CASE NUMBER: __________________________________ The above-named Decedent has an account(s) with___________________________________ (bank name), and the bank has refused to release the current account balance(s) in account number(s) _____________________________. This information is needed in order to determine whether or not an Estate needs to be opened for the Decedent. If the bank charges a fee for researching the records in order to provide this information to the Court, I affirm that I will be responsible for paying the fee. SWORN to before me this , 20 day of Affiant Signature: Print Name: Address: Notary Public for South Carolina My Commission expires: Telephone (Work): (Home): (Cell): E-mail: Relationship to Decedent/Estate: ORDER Based on the foregoing Affidavit, the bank is directed to provide the Affiant, within ten (10) days from the date hereof, of the current balance in the above-mentioned account(s). The bank is also ordered to provide any other accounts in the name of the Decedent, to include account number and balance. No funds may be released based upon this order. IT IS SO ORDERED. Executed this the _____ day of __________________, 20_______. _________________________________________________ , Probate Court Judge FORM #482ES (04/2017) 62-1-201(33) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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