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Proof Of Heirship (Informal And Formal Administration) PR-1806 - Wisconsin

Proof Of Heirship (Informal And Formal Administration) Form. This is a Wisconsin form and can be used in Probate Circuit Court Statewide .
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STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, COUNTY Amended For Official Use IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Proof of Heirship Informal Administration Formal Administration Case No. UNDER OATH, I ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. What is your name, mailing address and relationship to the decedent? Mailing Address Name Relationship 2. Was the decedent survived by a spouse or domestic partner? If YES, give name: Yes No 3. A. Did the decedent have any children? (Living or deceased; natural or adopted.) If YES, list all names. (If deceased, indicate date of death.) Name of Decedent's Children No Yes See attached If Deceased, Date of Death B. For each deceased child listed in 3A., list his or her name and the names of his or her children (Living or deceased; natural or adopted). If any of his or her children are deceased, indicate the date of death of that child and the See attached names of his or her descendants. (Living or deceased; natural or adopted.) Date of Death Name of Deceased Child's Child(ren) Name of Deceased Child in (3A) 4. If there is a surviving spouse or domestic partner, are all of the decedent's children listed in 3A., also the children of No Yes the surviving spouse or domestic partner? If NO, give details: Instructions: Are there living persons listed in answers to questions 2. through 4.? · If Yes, skip to question 8. · If No, continue with question 5. 5. Did the decedent leave surviving parents? If YES, list names. Yes No Name PR-1806, 10/10 Proof of Heirship (Informal Administration and Formal Administration) Page 1 of 2 §§852.01, 854.03 and 863.23, Wisconsin Statutes American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material. Proof of Heirship (Informal Administration and Formal Administration) Page 2 of 2 Case No. 6. A. If no surviving parent, did the decedent have brothers or sisters? (Living or deceased; whole blood, half blood, adopted) Yes No If YES, list all names. (If deceased, indicate date of death.) If Deceased, Date of Death Name of Decedent's Brothers or Sisters B. For each deceased brother or sister listed in 6A., list his or her name and the names of his or her children (Living or deceased; natural or adopted). If any of his or her children is deceased, indicate the date of death of that See attached child and the names of his or her descendants. (Living or deceased; natural or adopted) Name of Deceased Date of Death Name of Deceased Brother or Sister in (6A) Brother's or Sister's Children 7. If there are no living persons listed in questions 2. through 6B., list names of maternal (mother) and paternal (father) grandparents and the descendents of any deceased grandparent and whether the person is living or deceased. See attached Please continue listing children of deceased persons until a living person is named. PATERNAL (Father) MATERNAL (Mother) Grandfather: Grandfather: Grandmother: Grandmother: Descendents: Descendents: 8. Did any of the persons named in 2. through 7. die within 120 hours (5 days) after the death of the decedent? Yes No If YES, list name(s), date of death and descendant(s). Descendant(s) Date of Death Name State of County of Subscribed and sworn to before me on Signature Notary Public/Court Official Name Printed or Typed Name Printed or Typed My commission/term expires: Form completed by: (Name) Telephone Number Date Address Telephone Number Bar Number (If any) PR-1806, 10/10 Proof of Heirship (Informal Administration and Formal Administration) Page 2 of 2 §§852.01, 854.03 and 863.23, Wisconsin Statutes American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material.
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