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Motion For Decree Of Partial Distribution {PE 57M}

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PE57m Motion for Decree of Partial Distribution (09/2014) Page 1 of 2 STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT PROBATE DIVISION Unit Docket No.: In re ESTATE of : MOTION FOR DECREE OF PARTIAL DISTRIBUTION Part I. Request for Partial Distribution I, request that the Court issue a Decree of Partial Distribution described as follows: Property Description Instructions: List property to be distributed and person to whom it should be transferred. Property Description Beneficiary/ Devisee/Legatee In support of this motion, I state: The funeral charges and all known debts of the decedent have been paid. There are suffic ient assets reserved to allow for the maintenance of the family of the and share in the personal estate have been assigned or sufficient assets are reserved for that purpose. There are sufficient assets reserved to cover anticipated administrative expenses and taxes. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com PE57m Motion for Decree of Partial Distribution (09/2014) Page 2 of 2 I understand that in the event the assets remaining in my hands after the requested distribution is made are i nsufficient to satisfy the ultimate expenses and charges against the estate, those persons having received these distributions shall be liable to repay the estate on a pro rata basis. I further understand that if I cannot collect against a person, the amo unt not recovered shall be equitably apportioned by the Court among the other persons subject to apportionment. Dated Signature of Fiduciary Fiduciary Address Fiduciary Part ll. Oath At Town, State on Date Name of Fiduciary a ppeared and made oath that the statements contained in the foregoing affidavit correctly state the facts based upon the Date Signature of Register, Judge or Notary Public Expiration Date American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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