My husband died recently and since the house we lived in and car is in my name he only has clothes, some books, CD,s, stereo equipment, and exercise equipment. He also left some unsecured debt in his name only. Is the personal items enough to be considered an estate
? One that needs to be probate
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JA: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?
Customer: The titles to house car are in my name, house is filed in court house. Utilities in my name. I have my own checking account and have made the payments from my account since we moved in.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I have sent notice to all unsecured creditors that in Oklahoma the credit cards generated by my late husband were in his name only and used by him only and that i am not liable. Sent each one certified letter.