Download Free Print-Only PDF OR Purchase Interactive PDF Version of this Form
Notice Regarding Estate Form. This is a Virginia form and can be use in Loudoun Local County.
Tags: Notice Regarding Estate, Virginia Local County, Loudoun
Loudoun County, Virginia Loudoun County Clerk222s Office/Probate Department/Notice of Probate Page 1 of 2 NOTICE REGARDING ESTATE (Mail* this Notice to ALL heirs at law and ALL beneficiaries under the will, if applicable) *Under VA Law, this Notice CANNOT be sent by email Insert below the Name and address of heir at law and/or beneficiary under the will: (Name of heir or beneficiary) (Address of heir or beneficiary) This notice is mailed or delivered to you as required by law because the person who signed this notice has identified you as a spouse, heir at law, or beneficiary under a will of the deceased person named below. This notice is to inform you that, in the Loudoun County Circuit Court Clerk222s Office, a personal representative has qualified OR that a proponent of the Will has probated the deceased person222s Will. THIS NOTICE DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE ANY MONEY OR PROPERTY Decedent222s Name: Probate File Number: Date of Death: Personal Representative(s): or Proponent(s) of the will1: Address of PR, or Proponent(s): Phone #: Date of mailing Notice: Signature of Personal Representative/Proponent of will Signature of Personal Representative/Proponent of will 1 A Personal Representative is the person(s) who was appointed by the Clerk and is required by law to file inventory and accountings with the Commissioner of Accounts; A Proponent of the will is the person(s) who delivered the will to the Clerk, but was not appointed as Personal Representative by the Clerk, therefore they are NOT required to file Inventory and Accountings with the Commissioner of Accounts. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Loudoun County, Virginia Loudoun County Clerk222s Office/Probate Department/Notice of Probate Page 2 of 2 Notice: If personal representatives qualified on this estate, they are required by law to file an inventory with the Commissioner of Accounts within four months after they qualify in the clerk222s office, to file an account within sixteen months of their qualification, and to file additional accounts within sixteen months from the date of their last account period until the estate is settled, If you make a written request therefor to the personal representatives, they must mail copies of these documents (not including any supporting vouchers, but including a copy of the decedent222s will) to you at the same time the inventory or account is filed with the Commissioner of Accounts, unless (I) you would take only as an heir at law in a case where all of the decedent222s probate estate is disposed of by will, or (ii) your gift has been satisfied in full before the time of such filing. Your written request may be made at any time; it may relate to one specific filing or to all filings to be made by the personal representative, but it will not be effective for filings made prior to its receipt by a personal representative. A copy of your request may be sent to the Commissioner of Accounts with whom the filings will be made. After the Commissioner of Accounts has completed work on an account filed by a personal representative, the Commissioner files it and a report thereon in the Clerk222s Office of the Court wherein the personal representative qualified. If you make written request therefor to the Commissioner before this filing, the Commissioner must mail a copy of this report and any attachments (excluding the account) to you on or before the date that they are filed in the Clerk222s Office. The name and mailing address of the Commissioner of Accounts for Loudoun County is: Melinda D. Hetzel, Commissioner of Accounts 4 Cornwall Street, N.E. Leesburg, VA 20176 E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (703) 777-5300 FAX: (703) 777-6990 Office Hours: Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. The Commissioner of Accounts is a COURT APPOINTED attorney who has the legal responsibility to oversee the actions of an Executor/Administrator of an Estate to ensure that they preserve the Estate and perform their duties as required by law. This means that they must file an Inventory and First and/or subsequent Accountings with the Commissioner, for his review and approval. Upon his approval, these documents (inventory and accounting) are then filed with the Probate Clerk. The Probate Clerk will record these documents and they become public records. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com