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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, and Trusts.
- Chapter 16. Probate of Wills and Administration
- Section 695. Small Estates; Closing By Sworn Statement of Personal Representative.
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AS 13.16.695. Small Estates; Closing By Sworn Statement of Personal Representative.
- (a) Unless prohibited by order of the court and except for estates being administered by supervised personal
representatives, a personal representative may close an estate administered under the summary procedures of AS 13.16.690
by filing with the court, at any time after disbursement and distribution of the estate, a verified statement stating
- (1) to the best knowledge of the personal representative, the value of the entire estate, less liens and encumbrances, did
not exceed homestead allowance, exempt property, family allowance, costs and expenses of administration, reasonable
funeral expenses, and reasonable, necessary medical and hospital expenses of the last illness of the decedent;
- (2) the personal representative has fully administered the estate by disbursing and distributing it to the persons
entitled to it; and
- (3) the personal representative has sent a copy of the closing statement to all distributees of the estate and to all
creditors or other claimants of whom the personal representative is aware whose claims are neither paid nor barred and
has furnished a full account in writing of the administration to the distributees whose interests are affected.
- (b) If no action or proceeding involving the personal representative is pending in the court one year after the closing
statement is filed, the appointment of the personal representative terminates.
- (c) A closing statement filed under this section has the same effect as one filed under AS 13.16.630
- (d) The superior court may authorize the disposal in a manner it prescribes of personal property which has not been
disposed of under this section by the end of six months if no heirs or claimants have been located.
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