Estate Transfers

General Questions
What do I need to send for an estate to transfer ownership to the heirs? ANSWER: See all the options listed below.
 
How can I send the documents?  ANSWER: See bottom of document.
 
How long should I wait to receive the new Division Orders? Answer: Allow four weeks for our company to process the changes and issue new Division Orders. 
Option 1 - If the deceased owner died without a Last Will and Testament, please provide: 
Option 2: If the deceased owner died without a Last Will and Testament the estate has been or will be admitted to Probate, please provide:  
  • Copy of Death Certificate (certified copy is preferred but not required)
  • Petition to Declare Heirship
  • Order Declaring Heirship
  • Letter of Office
Option 3: If the deceased owner died with a Last Will and Testament that has NOT been or will NOT be admitted to Probate, please provide: 
  • Copy of Death Certificate (certified copy is perferred but not required)
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Affidavit of Heirship and Solvency
Option 4: If the deceased owner died with a Last Will and Testament that has been or will be admitted to Probate, please provide:  
  • Copy of Death Certificate (certified copy is perferred but not required)
  • Petition to Admit Will to Probate
  • Order Admitting Will to Probate
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Letter of Office
  • Order Closing Estate (if applicable)                        

What is a Division Order? Crude Oil FAQ

How can I send information to Countrymark? 
Scan to: Division.Order@CountryMark.com
Fax: 812.838.8175
Postal Service: 
Countrymark Refining and Logistics, LLC
Attention: Division Order Department 
1200 Refinery Road 
Mount Vernon, IN 47620 
Telephone: 812.833.3636 
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