Certification Of Notice Under Rule 5.6
Certification Of Notice Under Rule 5.6 Form. This is a Pennsylvania form and can be use in Montgomery Local County.
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CERTIFICATION OF NOTICE UNDER RULE 5.6 Name of Decedent: ____________________________________________________________ Date of Death: _______________________________ File Number: _______________________________ To the Register: I certify that notice of Estate Administration required by Rule 5.6(a) of the Orphans’ Court Rule was served on or mailed to the following beneficiaries of the above captioned Estate on _______________________ NAME ADDRESS Notice has now been given to all persons entitled thereto under RULE 5.6(a) except: _______ Date: __________________________ Signature Name ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ (PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT) Address ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ Telephone ( )______________________________________ Capacity: _______ _______ Personal Representative Counsel for Personal Representative American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com RULE 5.6 NOTICE TO BENEFICIARIES AND INTESTATE HEIRS a) REQUIREMENT OF NOTICE. Within three (3) months after the Grant of Letters, the Personal Representative to to whom original letters have been granted, or the Personal Representative’s Counsel, shall send a written notice of Estate Administration in the form set forth in Rule 5.6 (1) Every Person, Corporation, Association, Entity or other Party named in, or have interest under the Will. (2) The Decedent’s Spouse and Children, whether or not they are named in, or have interest under, the Will. (3) Where there is an Intestacy in whole or in part, to every person entitled to Inherit as an Intestate Heir under Chapter 21 of the Probate, Estate and Fiduciaries Code. (4) The Appointed Guardian of the Estate, Parent or Legal Custodian of any Beneficiary who is a Minor Child Under the age of Eighteen (18) years: (5) The appointed Guardian of the Estate, or, in the absence of such appointment, the Institution or Person with Custody of any Beneficiary who is an Adjudicated Incapacitated Person. (6) The Attorney General on behalf of any charitable Beneficiary whose interest exceeds $25,000 or which will not Be paid in full. (7) The Attorney General on behalf of any Governmental Beneficiary. (8) The Trustee of any Trust which is a Beneficiary; and (9) Such other Persons and in such manner as may be required by any Local Rule of Court. (b) DEFINITION of BENEFICIARY. “Beneficiary” shall be deemed to include any person who may have an interest by virtue of the Pennsylvania Anti-Lapse Statue, 20 Pa. C.S. § 2514. MANNER of NOTICE. Notice shall be given by Personal Service or by First Class, Prepaid Mail to each person Entitled to notice under subdivision (a) (1)-(9) whose address is known or reasonably available to the Personal Representative. CERTIFICATION of NOTICE. Within 10 days after giving notice required by subdivision of this Rule, The Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s Counsel shall file with the Register of Wills a Certification in the set forth Rule 5.6 that notice has been given as required by this Rule. No Fee shall be charged by the Register of Wills for filing the Certification required by this Subdivision. FAILURE to FILE CERTIFICATION. Upon the failure by the Personal Representative, or the Personal Representative’s Counsel, to file the Certification on a timely basis, the Register shall after tens (10) days prior written notice to the Delinquent Personal Representative and his Counsel, Notify the Court of such delinquency. EFFECT of NOTICE. This rule shall not alter, diminish or confer existing rights. COPIES of RULE. The Register shall deliver a copy of RULE 5.6 to each Personal Representative and Counsel at the time Letters are Granted. (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)