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Entry Relieving Estate From Administration 5.6 - Ohio

Entry Relieving Estate From Administration Form. This is a Ohio form and can be used in Estates Probate Wood County (Court Of Common Pleas) .
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PROBATE COURT OF WOOD COUNTY, OHIO David E. Woessner, Judge Estate of: _______________________________________________________________________, Deceased Case No.______________________ Revised Code Sec. 2113.03 Date:_________________________ ENTRY RELIEVING ESTATE FROM ADMINISTRATION Upon hearing the application to relieve decedent's estate from administration, the Court finds that: testate Decedent died [check one of the following] the application, and the Court has jurisdiction over the estate; intestate. The date of death and domicile are as stated in Notice to the surviving spouse, next of kin, legatees and devisees, and other interested parties was duly effected or dispensed with by the Court as unnecessary; The values of the several assets in the estate, given in the application, do not exceed statutory limits. The Court therefore relieves the estate from administration, and orders [check and complete whichever of the following are applicable]: That the financial institutions holding accounts in decedent's name, identified in the application, pay the same upon to the commissioner below to _____________________________ proper tax release [check one of the following] ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ That the following personal property be sold [describe]:______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ That the debts of decedent listed in the application be paid; That an allowance of $40,000 for support to paid to the [check one the following] ­ surviving spouse minor in cash by distributing personal children of decedent; and that such allowance be paid [check one of the following] property in kind or transferring real property, or both, and paying the balance if any in cash, as follows: _________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ That certificate of transfer No. _______, attached to the application and describing decedent's real estate, issue and be preserved in the records of the court with the application and this entry, and that authenticated copies of the certificate be delivered as required to the persons entitled to them; Prepared by: Attorney's Name _____________________________________ Address _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Phone # Registration # _____________________________________ _____________________________________ FORM 5.6 ­ ENTRY RELIEVING ESTATE FROM ADMINISTRATION Crensch$\forms\5 6 56 American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com 7/26/01 ? That the remainder of the estate be distributed in cash or in kind to the persons entitled to it under the statues of descent and distribution, or under decedent's Will if applicable, as follows: Name of Distributee Property Value or Amount $ The Court appoints_____________________________________________________________________________ Commissioner to receive and sell or distribute the personal property or proceeds thereof, and to execute all necessary documents of conveyance, including without limitation those necessary to transfer title to any motor vehicle, motorcycle, watercraft, or other titled personal property sold or distributed in kind. The commissioner shall complete his duties and report to the Court within thirty days of the date of this entry. _________________________ Date Journalized ______________________________________________ David E. Woessner, Probate Judge
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