If you have not written a living will before you die then the state laws will decide how best to distribute your property. This includes everything from bank accounts to real estate and any other assets that you own. Anything that is owned in a different state will be distributed according to the laws of that particular state. Writing a will can be complicated and it’s a good idea to have legal help in order to make sure that it is done properly. These laws will vary depending on your status when you die; whether you were single or married or if you had children. Usually your property will be divided among a surviving spouse, immediate relatives and then distant relatives. If no relatives are found then everything will just go to the state.
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