Form PC 573 Notice of Appointment and Duties of Personal Representative - Michigan

Form PC573 or the "Notice Of Appointment And Duties Of Personal Representative" is a form issued by the Michigan Probate Court.

Download a PDF version of the Form PC573 down below or find it on the Michigan Probate Court Forms website.

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Approved, SCAO
JIS CODE: NIP
STATE OF MICHIGAN
FILE NO.
PROBATE COURT
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND
COUNTY OF
DUTIES OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Estate of
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
1. On
I was appointed personal representative as requested in the application or petition for probate of
Date
this estate
. I am serving
without bond.
with bond in the amount of $
.
(copy attached unless previously sent)
The papers related to the estate are on file with the
County Probate Court located at
. This
is
is not
a supervised administration.
Address
2. Attached is a copy of the will of the decedent which
was
was not
admitted to probate and under
which I will administer, manage, and distribute the estate.
3. The court does not supervise the personal representative in the administration of an estate except in limited circumstances.
4. If I was appointed informally, you or another interested person may petition the court objecting to my appointment and/or
demanding that I post a bond or an additional bond. The petition must be filed with the probate court along with the applicable
fee. Unless the court grants the petition, I will continue to serve as appointed.
5. You or another interested person may petition for a hearing by the court on any matter at any time during the administration of
the estate, including for distribution of assets and allowance of expenses of administration. The petition must be filed with the
probate court along with the applicable fee.
6. If you continue to be an interested person (such as an heir of an intestate estate or devisee or beneficiary under the will of the
decedent), I will provide you with: 1) a copy of the inventory within 91 days of my appointment; 2) unless waived by you, a copy
of an account including fiduciary fees and attorney fees charged to the estate, within 1 year of my appointment; and 3) a copy
of the closing statement or settlement petition when the estate is ready for closing.
7. To avoid penalties, I must have paid any federal estate and Michigan estate taxes within 9 months after the date of the decedent's
death or another time period specified by law.
8. The estate may not be closed earlier than 5 months after the date of my appointment except in limited circumstances. If the
estate is not settled within 1 year after my appointment, within 28 days after the anniversary of the appointment, I must file
with the court and send to each interested person a notice that the estate remains under administration and the reason for
the continuation of the estate. If you do not receive such a notice, you may petition the court for a hearing on the necessity
for continued administration or for closure of the estate.
Date of notice
Attorney name
Name
Bar no.
Address
Address
Telephone no.
City, state, zip
Telephone no.
City, state, zip
ATTENTION: The above duties are not the only duties required of the personal representative. This notice of appointment
must be served on all interested persons within 14 days after the appointment of the personal representative.
Do not write below this line - For court use only
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
PC 573 (9/06)
MCL 700.3705, MCR 5.304
Approved, SCAO
JIS CODE: NIP
STATE OF MICHIGAN
FILE NO.
PROBATE COURT
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND
COUNTY OF
DUTIES OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Estate of
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
1. On
I was appointed personal representative as requested in the application or petition for probate of
Date
this estate
. I am serving
without bond.
with bond in the amount of $
.
(copy attached unless previously sent)
The papers related to the estate are on file with the
County Probate Court located at
. This
is
is not
a supervised administration.
Address
2. Attached is a copy of the will of the decedent which
was
was not
admitted to probate and under
which I will administer, manage, and distribute the estate.
3. The court does not supervise the personal representative in the administration of an estate except in limited circumstances.
4. If I was appointed informally, you or another interested person may petition the court objecting to my appointment and/or
demanding that I post a bond or an additional bond. The petition must be filed with the probate court along with the applicable
fee. Unless the court grants the petition, I will continue to serve as appointed.
5. You or another interested person may petition for a hearing by the court on any matter at any time during the administration of
the estate, including for distribution of assets and allowance of expenses of administration. The petition must be filed with the
probate court along with the applicable fee.
6. If you continue to be an interested person (such as an heir of an intestate estate or devisee or beneficiary under the will of the
decedent), I will provide you with: 1) a copy of the inventory within 91 days of my appointment; 2) unless waived by you, a copy
of an account including fiduciary fees and attorney fees charged to the estate, within 1 year of my appointment; and 3) a copy
of the closing statement or settlement petition when the estate is ready for closing.
7. To avoid penalties, I must have paid any federal estate and Michigan estate taxes within 9 months after the date of the decedent's
death or another time period specified by law.
8. The estate may not be closed earlier than 5 months after the date of my appointment except in limited circumstances. If the
estate is not settled within 1 year after my appointment, within 28 days after the anniversary of the appointment, I must file
with the court and send to each interested person a notice that the estate remains under administration and the reason for
the continuation of the estate. If you do not receive such a notice, you may petition the court for a hearing on the necessity
for continued administration or for closure of the estate.
Date of notice
Attorney name
Name
Bar no.
Address
Address
Telephone no.
City, state, zip
Telephone no.
City, state, zip
ATTENTION: The above duties are not the only duties required of the personal representative. This notice of appointment
must be served on all interested persons within 14 days after the appointment of the personal representative.
Do not write below this line - For court use only
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
PC 573 (9/06)
MCL 700.3705, MCR 5.304

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