Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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Probate matters. Provides that the $25,000 allowance to which a spouse of a decedent is entitled from the decedent's estate is subordinate to any specific liens on the tangible personal property and real property of the estate that were perfected before the date of the decedent's death. Repeals laws that: (1) impose a three-month delay for certain creditor actions, including foreclosures; and (2) require that a personal representative be named in any suit by a creditor against an estate. Probate matters. Provides that the $25,000 allowance to which a spouse of a decedent is entitled from the decedent's estate is subordinate to any specific liens on the tangible personal property and real property of the estate that were perfected before the date of the decedent's death. Repeals laws that: (1) impose a three-month delay for certain creditor actions, including foreclosures; and (2) require that a personal representative be named in any suit by a creditor against an estate.