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Listed below are some of the non-probate assets available in Maine. Any property in a living trust. Life insurance policies. 401(k)s, IRAs, other retirement accounts. Securities in transfer-on-death accounts. Pay-on-death bank accounts. Joint tenancy real property.
Most estates are settled though probate in about 9 to 18 months, assuming there is no litigation involved.
Listed below are some of the non-probate assets available in Maine. Any property in a living trust. Life insurance policies. 401(k)s, IRAs, other retirement accounts. Securities in transfer-on-death accounts. Pay-on-death bank accounts. Joint tenancy real property.
For filing a will for no probate, the fee is $15. For filing a will to be probated and without an appointment, the fee is $20. [PL 2021, c.
Do All Estates Have to Go Through County Probate Court in Maine? Most estates will need to go through probate, simply because they were not set up to avoid it. However, smaller estates may avoid formal probate with an affidavit as long as the value is less than $40,000.

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A Maine small estate affidavit is a document permitting an individual to file a claim on the estate of a deceased person. It is used when the deceased, also known as the decedent, has a \u201csmall estate\u201d that is valued at less than $40,000.
Once the assets have been distributed, the Personal Representative prepares a final account of all income, expenses, and distributions, and distributes the account to the beneficiaries. Finally, the Personal Representative closes the estate by filing a "Sworn Statement" with the Probate Court.
To start the probate process, you need to file an \u201cApplication for Probate\u201d in the probate court in the county where the decedent lived. In Maine, each county has its own probate court. If there is a Will, it needs to be submitted to the probate court. The probate judge will decide whether or not the Will is valid.
Under current Maine law, creditors have a maximum time limit of 9 months from the date of death to present their claims to the Personal Representative.
Probate must be filed within three years of the person's death as listed in the Maine Code Title 18-C Section 3-108. There are a few exceptions where probate would be accepted after this deadline.

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