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Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property ARS 14-3971(B)
 
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PROBATE, GUARDIANSHIPS, AND CONSERVATORSHIPS

AFFIDAVIT FOR COLLECTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY PURSUANT TO ARS 14-3971(B)

This document is not filed in Superior Court, but is presented to the person holding the property. If there is personal property (bank accounts, stocks, vehicles) registered in the decedent's name, the property may be collected by presenting the affidavit to the appropriate person, business or agency. To collect personal property by this method, the value of all of the personal property in the decedent's estate cannot exceed $50,000.

The affidavit must state:

  1. Thirty (30) days have elapsed from the date of death of the decedent. 
  2. No application or petition for appointment of a personal representative is pending or has been granted.
  3. The person requesting payment is the successor of the decedent and is entitled to payment or delivery of the property. You will need the following form: 
    1. Affidavit of Collection of Personal Property (Form PR-130)      
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