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Fortunately, Virginia offers shortcuts for \u201csmall estates\u201d that make it easier for survivors to transfer property. Under Virginia law, a \u201csmall estate\u201d is an estate with assets belonging to the decedent, or presently distributable to them, that have a value at death of $50,000 or less.
First, don't rush. Virginia has no set time limit for settling an estate. You can take the time you need to grieve and get your affairs in order before you settle the estate. However, Virginia courts do generally recommend that you start the process within a week to 30 days after the funeral.
Can Beneficiaries Demand to See Deceased Bank Statements? No, generally, beneficiaries cannot demand to see the decedent's bank statements unless they are also a personal representative of the estate. However, it is within the executor's discretion to share bank statements with beneficiaries upon request.
Generally, estates cannot realistically close before six months after the decedent's death because the surviving spouse has the right to make her claim for an elective share within that six months. Courts can grant an extension for a spouse to file the elective share claim.
A small estate affidavit is a form one can complete to speed settlement of a small estate through probate. It eliminates the need for a spouse or family members to go through a formal probate process supervised by the courts in the distribution of a loved one's property to creditors and heirs.
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Step 1 \u2013 Determine Whether a Will Exists. Under Virginia Code § 64.2-601, a will must be admitted to probate, even if it pertains to a small estate. ... Step 2 \u2013 Prepare Affidavit. Download the Virginia Small Estate Act Affidavit and fill it out. ... Step 3 \u2013 Get Affidavit Notarized. ... Step 4 \u2013 Collect the Assets.
An executor therefore need only provide an invoice or receipt to support any payment.
If the executor has distributed the estate without the beneficiary having approved the accounts then they will be personally liable for any loss suffered by the beneficiary. However it is not always possible to get beneficiaries to agree to the proposed distributions.
A person can expect for the probate process in Virginia to take anywhere from six months up to a year or more. Generally, there is a creditor period, so an estate cannot be completely distributed and closed prior to the expiration of the six-month period.
To summarize, the executor does not automatically have to disclose accounting to beneficiaries. However, if the beneficiaries request this information from the executor, it is the executor's responsibility to provide it. In most cases, the executor will provide informal accounting to the beneficiaries.

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