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To appoint special administrator.
To apply for ancillary administration.
To dispense with a guardian ad litem due to virtual representation.
To order and give notice of hearing petition to assign property to those entitled to it.
Court approval to guarantee performance as fiduciary.
To evidence authority of personal representative to act on behalf of an estate.
To provide proof of recording of final judgment or abridgement with Register of Deeds in appropriate county.
To assign property to those entitled to it. May include order appointing Special Administrator.
To grant ancillary letters and order bond, if necessary.
To grant or deny an extended time to file the inventory and/or complete the estate. CCAP form.
To order notice and hearing on petition for judgment determining descent.
To decline to serve as personal representative or testamentary trustee when nominated in a will or to resign after appointment as a PR, testamentary trustee or special administrator.
To initiate formal proceedings regarding a particular issue or the remaining administration of an estate pending under informal administration.
To set time for hearing a petition for administration and and to give notice to creditors and persons interested.
To account for the receipts and distributions affecting the property subject to administration.
To request appointment of a special administrator.
To consent to serve as trustee and designate resident agent for nonresident trustee.
To grant the application for informal administration.
To petition for termination of joint tenancy or life estate separately from the final judgment.
To petition the court to dispense with a guardian ad litem.
To request an extension of time to file the inventory or close out the estate.
To evidence transfer of the decedent's interest in the property listed to the persons entitled to the interest.
To list any property in which the decedent had an interest and names and addresses of any known creditors of the decedent or the estate not included on the petition for summary assignment.
To report completion of duties and request discharge of special administrator.
To obtain certification of termination of the decedent's interest(s) in property transferring outside probate or vesting interest in survivorship marital property in surviving spouse.
To provide notice to participants in a court proceeding of the date, time and place of hearing. CCAP form.
To obtain waivers of notice, consent of all interested persons to use informal administration and appointment of the proposed personal representative from interested persons.
To identify property subject to administration.
To obtain waivers of notice and consent to all interested persons.
To record with the register of deeds transfers of real property included in the final judgment.
To certify termination of the decedent's interest(s) in property to be transferred outside probate or vesting interest in survivorship marital property in surviving spouse.
To evidence authority to act in WI on behalf of an estate from the foreign jurisdiction.
Certificate stating the descent of the estate of decedent.
To give notice of hearing on petition for final judgment.
To discharge ancillary representation and cancel the bond, if any.
To provide evidence of termination of the decedent's interest(s) in property or confirmation of the interest of the surviving spouse or designated persons.
To acknowledge receipt of distribution or payment from the estate.
To seek a determination of the heirs and their rights in the property of the decedent. Used when: decedent died intestate; more than 6 years have passed since death; no estate administration has taken place.
To initiate summary assignment of an estate. May include special administration.
To provide evidence that documents were sent to the persons whose names and addresses are shown.
To order transfer of residue to representative in the domiciliary jurisdiction.
To transfer decedent's assets not exceeding $50,000 (gross) to an heir, trustee of trust created by decedent, or person who was guardian of the decedent at the time of the decedent's death for distribution.
To give notice to interested persons and creditors.
To request approval of the final account and enter final judgment.
To evidence authority of special administrator to act on behalf of an estate.
To file a claim against an estate.
To set deadline for filing claims when all interested persons have waived notice.
To give notice, if required, to all persons interested.
To grant the petition for formal administration and to appoint personal representative.
To notify the court appointing a guardian of the estate of the total property to be distributed to the guardian of the estate for the benefit of the guardian's ward at least ten days prior to the distribution.
To give notice of procedure to creditors when the court does not require notice to interested persons.
To initiate formal administration of an estate.
To certify termination of joint tenancy or life estate.
To establish under oath the persons who are the heirs of a decedent.
To discharge personal representative and cancel any bond.
To petition for approval of account and request authority to transfer residue to representative in the domiciliary jurisdiction.
To assign the property to those entitled to it. May include order appointing special administrator.
To set a deadline for filing claims in an informal administration in which all interested persons have signed waivers consenting to informal administration.
To guarantee performance as fiduciary.
To give notice to interested persons of the filing of the application for informal administration; to give notice to creditors and set the deadline for filing claims.
To enter judgment determining the descent of property of decedent after hearing on notice.
To provide notice to interested persons that an inventory has been filed with the court and the option to request a copy or summary.
To initiate the summary settlement of an estate. May include request for special administration.
To evidence authority to serve as a trustee.
To apply for informal administration of an estate.
To obtain waiver of notice and consent of all interested persons to grant petition.
To close the estate without converting to formal administration.
To discharge special administrator.
Consent to serve as personal representative or special administrator and acceptance of duties of the office. To designate resident agent if nonresident personal representative or special administor is named.
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