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Assets And Liabilities Of Estate To Be Relieved From Administration 5.1 - Ohio

Assets And Liabilities Of Estate To Be Relieved From Administration Form. This is a Ohio form and can be used in Long Form Application Packet Release From Administration Probate Franklin County (Court Of Common Pleas) .
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PC-E-5.1 (Rev. 1-2008) PROBATE COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO ROBERT G. MONTGOMERY,JUDGE LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS, JUDGE ESTATE OF CASE NO. , DECEASED ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF ESTATE TO BE RELIEVED FROM ADMINISTRATION Following is a summary statement of the character and value of the assets in decedent's estate. [Insert a check in the "Appraised" column opposite an item if it was valued by the appraiser. Leave blank if the readily ascertainable value of the item was determined by applicant. Use extra sheets if necessary] Automobiles distributed to surviving spouse by affidavit First automobile selected by surviving spouse under R.C. § 2106.18 [Omit value when computing total assets] .............. Appraised value $ Second automobile selected by surviving spouse under R.C. § 2106.18 [Omit value when computing total assets] .............. Appraised value $ Total value [not to exceed $40,000.00] .................................................. $ Character of asset Real Estate, described in accompanying certificate of transfer No. Appraised Value XXXX XXXX XXXX Value $ Other assets Show the institution, the last four digits only of each account number and the type of account $ Total Assets $ FORM 5.1 - ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF ESTATE TO BE RELIEVED FROM ADMINISTRATION American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com CASE NO. Following is a list of decedent's known debts. [Use extra sheets if necessary] Name of Creditor Nature of Debt Amount $ Total debts $ CERTIFICATION The undersigned appraiser agreed to act as appraiser of decedent's estate, and to appraise the property exhibited truly, honestly, impartially, and to the best of the appraiser's knowledge and ability. The appraiser further says that those assets whose values were not readily ascertainable are indicated above by a check in the "Appraised" column opposite each such item, and that such values are correct. The undersigned applicant determined the value of those assets whose values were readily ascertainable and were not appraised by the appraiser, and that such values are correct, and to applicant's knowledge the above list of decedent's debts is correct. Date Appraiser Applicant American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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