This version of the form is not currently in use and is provided for reference only. Download this version of Form NHJB-2027-PE for the current year.
This is a legal form that was released by the New Hampshire Judicial Branch - a government authority operating within New Hampshire. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is NHJB-2027-PE?
A: NHJB-2027-PE is a form used in New Hampshire for a Petition of Guardian to Pay Debts and Dispose of Deceased Person's Estate.
Q: Who can use NHJB-2027-PE?
A: NHJB-2027-PE can be used by a guardian who wants to pay the debts and dispose of the estate of a deceased person.
Q: What is the purpose of NHJB-2027-PE?
A: The purpose of NHJB-2027-PE is to seek court approval for a guardian to handle the debts and estate of a deceased person.
Q: Do I need a lawyer to fill out NHJB-2027-PE?
A: While it is not required to have a lawyer, it is recommended to seek legal advice when filling out NHJB-2027-PE to ensure all requirements are met.
Q: What should I include in NHJB-2027-PE?
A: NHJB-2027-PE form requires information about the deceased person, the guardian, the debts, and the proposed distribution of the estate.
Q: How do I file NHJB-2027-PE?
A: You can file NHJB-2027-PE by submitting the completed form to the Clerk's Office in the court where the case is being handled.
Q: What happens after filing NHJB-2027-PE?
A: After filing NHJB-2027-PE, you will receive a hearing date. The court will review the petition and make a decision on whether to approve or deny it.
Q: Can NHJB-2027-PE be used for any type of estate?
A: NHJB-2027-PE can be used for most types of estates, but certain estates may require additional forms or procedures.
Q: Is there a fee for filing NHJB-2027-PE?
A: There may be a filing fee associated with NHJB-2027-PE. You can contact the Clerk's Office to find out the specific fee for your case.
Download a fillable version of Form NHJB-2027-PE by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the New Hampshire Judicial Branch.