Alabama Intestate Estate Forms
When a person dies without a will in Alabama, they are said to have died intestate. This means that the distribution of their assets will be handled under the Alabama laws of intestacy rather than under a Last Will and Testament. The person appointed by the probate court to handle the distribution of the estate is called an administrator.
We operate an appellate law practice and are no longer accepting intestate probate cases. However, we have compiled the following directory of Alabama intestacy forms through our affiliate relationship with US Legal Forms. To see some of the other legal forms available for download, visit our Alabama Legal Forms page.
The following Alabama legal forms for intestate estates are available for download in Word or Wordperfect format:
- Alabama Estate Administration Forms Package (a complete set of all of the following forms)
- Petition for Letters of Administration
- Administrator’s Bond
- Order Granting Letters of Administration
- Letters of Administration
- Letters of Administration With Certificate of Judge
- Notice to File Claims
- Petition For Consent Settlement of Administration
- Waiver of Notice by Sureties
- Order on Final Settlement
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