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Application To Alter Amount Of Bond 343ES - South Carolina

Application To Alter Amount Of Bond 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 APPLICATION TO ALTER AMOUNT OF BOND CASE NUMBER: ________________________________ The undersigned states as follows: 1. The assets of the Estate subject to bonding requirements have a total gross value of approximately $____________________, with estimated income for the ensuing year of approximately $___________________. A bond of $________________ is now in effect, whereas a bond in the amount of $__________________ will be appropriate for the assets shown in this matter. The Applicant requests that an order be entered altering the amount of the bond for the Personal Representative to be filed in this matter to $_______________________. 2. 3. SWORN to before me this , 20 day of Signature: Print Name: Address: Notary Public for South Carolina My Commission Expires: Telephone (Work): (Home): (Cell): Email: Relationship to Decedent/Estate: ORDER IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the bond of the fiduciary filed in this matter be INCREASED DECREASED by ________________________________________________________________________($________________) Dollars for a total bond of _________________________________________________________________ ($_______________). This Order does not relieve the principal or the surety of liability on the bond filed prior to the date of execution of this Order, as to the acts and the failures to act of the Principal occurring up to and including this date. Executed this _____ day of ___________________________, 20_____. , Probate Court Judge FORM #343ES (1/2014) 62-3-604 American LegalNet, Inc.
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