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Probate

Probate is the legal process a will is  determine  whether it is valid and authentic. "Probate" also refers to the   administration of a deceased person's will or  estate of a deceased  person without a will. 

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Letters Testamentary (Probate with Will)

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

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Court order authorizing the Personal Representative (executor) to take control of a deceased  person's estate. 

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

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 Court order authorizing the Personal Representative (executor) to take control of a deceased  person's estate when decedent does not have a Last Will and Testament.

Affidavit For Collection of Small Estate

Letters of Administration (Probate without Will)

Affidavit For Collection of Small Estate

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A less complex process for smaller estates with assets valued at less than $40,000.

Determination of Title

Determination of Title

Affidavit For Collection of Small Estate

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Court action to determine title to decedents assets after one year after death has elapsed.

Spousal Refusal

Determination of Title

Spousal Refusal

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Typically, a surviving spouse is entitled to the first $20,000 of an estate under Missouri probate law.

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Determination of Title

Spousal Refusal

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