(a) Written demand in this Chapter shall be made by a surviving spouse, the spouse's successor in interest, or the decedent's heirs or devisees not later than six months after the decedent's will has been admitted to probate, or not later than six months after the appointment of an administrator if there is no will, or not later than six months after the decedent's death if the property to which this Chapter applies is held in an inter vivos trust created by the decedent; and written demand by a creditor of the decedent shall be made within the period for presentation of a claim against the decedent's estate as set out in Article 19 of Chapter 28A.
(b) Written demand in this Chapter shall be delivered in person or by registered mail to the personal representative. As used in this Chapter, the personal representative may also mean the trustee of an inter vivos trust created by the decedent who has legal title to, or possession of, the property to which this Chapter applies.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 31C. Uniform Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act § 31C-6. Written demand - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nc/chapter-31c-uniform-disposition-of-community-property-rights-at-death-act/nc-gen-st-sect-31c-6.html
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