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Here are the steps to comply with Mississippi law..
You notify each known creditor of the estate that the creditor has a right to probate a claim against the estate. The notice must state that the creditor’s claim will be barred if not presented within 90 days from the date that the notice is first published in the local newspaper.
Once all known creditors have been notified, you sign (and the probate attorney files) an Affidavit of Notice to Creditors with the chancery court stating that all known creditors have been notified.
To deal with any unknown creditors, the estate attorney publishes a Notice to Creditors in the local newspaper. The date of first publication starts a 90-day period during which creditors can submit claims.
This needs to be done as soon after you are appointed as it can be done, say two weeks.It starts the time periods for them to have to file claims.Otherwise the estate is delayed time wise.There is no specific time limit to run it here, it is just assumed that it will be done as soon as possible.
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