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Administering Nonprobate Assets at Death

  1. Administering Joint Tenancy Assets

  2. Administering POD Accounts and TOD Securities

  3. Administering Assets Subject to a Community Property Agreement

  4. Administering Assets Subject to a Living Trust

  5. Administering Assets Subject to a Death Beneficiary Designation

  6. Administering "Statutory Nonprobate Assets"

  7. Administering Real Property by "Lack of Probate" Affidavit
     

Handling Creditor's Claims in a Nonprobate Estate

  1. What Is the Nonprobate Creditor's Claim Procedure?

  2. Appointing a Notice Agent?

    1. Who May Be a Notice Agent?

    2. What Are the General Duties of a Notice Agent?

    3. If One Person Has Received or Will Receive Substantially All Decedent's Assets

    4. If No One Person Has Received or Will Receive Substantially All Decedent's Assets

    5. If the Notice Agent Is Not a Washington Resident

    6. If a Personal Representative Is Subsequently Appointed

  3. Filing & Publishing a Nonprobate Notice to Creditors

    1. Filing a Nonprobate Notice to Creditors

    2. Telephoning the Probate Clerk

    3. Going to the Superior Court Clerk's Office

    4. Publishing a Nonprobate Notice to Creditors

    5. Giving Notice to Washington Department of Social & Health Services ("WDSHS")

  4. Reviewing Decedent's Files & Giving Actual Notice

  5. Dealing with Creditor's claims Presented

    1. Determining Whether Creditor's Claims Are Lawfully Presented

    2. Special Circumstance: You Are a Creditor --- Making a Claim Against the Estate Yourself

    3. Disposing of Lawfully Presented Creditor's Claims

    4. Disposing of Defective Creditor's Claims

    5. Source of Funds for Payment of Creditor's Claims

    6. Petitioning for Contribution from the Beneficiaries

List of Nonprobate Forms

 

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