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I asked a question about intestate death and filing a grant

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I asked a question about intestate death and filing a grant of administration. The question was pertaining to filling out the value of estate for alberta form. There is no real estate involved, person only had a rental address , then the property value would only be minimal savings, some coin collectors sets and personal property, the debts would be credit card and line of credit assessments totaling 20,000.00 and funeral expenses 5500.00 making a negative balance on the value of property. Is this correct for the filling out of the form?

Yes,if that is all the assets that the deceased person had, then that is all to list on the form.

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