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      The following is a sample of a typical Notice to Creditors (non-court ordered).

      It is used to notify creditors that an estate is being settled.

      The trustee of a nontestamentary trust may after the death of the settlor of the trust cause to be published a notice to the public, including creditors whose names and addresses are not readily ascertainable, by publication on three dates of publication, and if the newspaper is published more than once each week, there must be at least 10 days from the first to last dates of publication, including both the first and last days.

      You may copy the following Legal Notice to your word processor, insert the appropriate information, and, paste it into the box on the Legal Notice publication page at Click here for Legal Notice publication page



        Notice is hereby given that the undersigned is the duly appointed
        and qualified trustee of
        [insert NAME OF TRUST here].

        [insert NAME SETTLOR OF TRUST here], the settlor of that trust died on
        [insert DATE SETTLOR OF TRUST DIED here].

        A creditor having a claim against the trust estate must file a claim
        with the undersigned at the address given below within 90 days after
        the first date of this notice.

        Dated [insert CURRENT DATE here]

        /s/ ____________________________
        [insert YOUR NAME here]
        [insert YOUR ADDRESS here]
        [insert YOUR CITY, STATE, ZIP here]


      This information is not intended to provide legal advice or substitute for the advice of counsel.

      As the law is subject to change and due to differing interpretations, the reader should contact an attorney directly for legal advice.

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