Inventory and appraisement or record of value to be made and filed; copy mailed to interested heirs and devisees.
1. Every personal representative shall make and file with the clerk, within 60 days after appointment, unless the court extends the time, a true inventory and appraisement or record of value of all the estate of the decedent that has come to the possession or knowledge of the personal representative.
2. The personal representative, within 10 days after filing the inventory with the clerk, shall mail a copy to all the interested heirs of an intestate estate, or to the devisees of a testate estate, or to both interested heirs and devisees, if a contest of the will of the decedent is pending. Proof of the mailing of the copies must be made and filed in the proceeding.
Last modified: February 25, 2006