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Consent To Next-Of-Kin - New Jersey

Consent To Next-Of-Kin Form. This is a New Jersey form and can be used in Administration Essex Local County .
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Docket No.: ______________ Essex County Surrogate's Court THEODORE N. STEPHENS, II SURROGATE Hall of Records, Room 206 Newark, New Jersey 07102 Phone 973-621-4900 Fax 973-621-2647 Natalynn Dunson-Harrison DEPUTY SURROGATE State of New Jersey In the matter of the Estate of: _____________________________, Deceased AKA: ________________________________ CONSENT TO NEXT-OF-KIN To: Theodore N. Stephens, II, Surrogate of the County of Essex: I, ___________________________, residing at__________________________________________, in the city/town of _________________ and state of __________________________, am the ________________ of the above decedent, who died intestate. I do hereby consent to having _________________________________, the __________________ of said decedent execute the necessary Affidavit of Next of Kin in order to collect and receive the decedent's personal assets for the benefit of and distribution to all remaining heirs and creditors according to the estate and probate laws of the State of New Jersey. I understand that the next-of-kin to whom I am giving consent has sworn or affirmed that the decedent leaves no surviving spouse or domestic partner and that the estate does not exceed $10,000.00. Therefore, he/she will be permitted to collect and administer said estate without having to post a bond. ___________________________ Signature Subscribed and sworn to before me this ____ day of _______________, 20_____. _______________________________________ Notary Public or Attorney at Law of New Jersey American LegalNet, Inc.
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