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How to Protect Your Rights as an Heir or Beneficiary
If You Are Not Acting as Personal Representative
of a Washington Nonintervention Decedent's Estate

 

 

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A.  Introduction

 

B.  Entitlement to Decedent's Property

 

C.  Rights of Decedent's Spouse or Child

 

D.  Rights to Notice & to Be Heard

 

E.  Will Issues

 

F.  Appointment of Personal Representative Issues

 

GBond & Inventory & Appraisement Issues

 

H.  Obtaining Information about the Estate & Its Readiness to Close - Status Report

 

I.  Disqualification or Removal of Personal Representative Issues

 

J.  Declaration of Completion Issues

 

K.  Personal Representative's & Attorney's Fees Issues

 

L.  Re-Opening the Estate

 

M. TEDRA Petitions

 

NSummary: What Are My Primary Rights as an Heir or Beneficiary regarding the Administration of a Washington Nonintervention Estate?

 

O.  "Undoing" Joint Tenancy Rights of Survivorship After Death

 

P.  Determining Co-Owners Interests in Property

 

 

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