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When a decedent dies intestate (without a will), fails to designate a personal representative (PR) in his or her will, or the named PR is unable or unwilling to serve, the court appoints a PR called an administrator.

Use an administrator's deed after the district court has issued an order for sale of the subject real property to convey the property from the estate.

The deed must meet all state and local standards for content and form, and includes a recitation of facts concerning the administrator, the decedent, the order for sale, and the subject property being transferred. The PR signs the completed document in the presence of a notary public prior to recording.

Depending on the nature of the transfer, it may require supplemental documentation. Consult a lawyer with questions about estate administration in Kansas.

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