http://www.familylawgroup.com/die-no-will/ - Ever wonder what would happen to your property if you died without a will? This video takes you through the “intestate succession” process, according to the laws of California.
Generally, the probate courts would look to your spouse, your children, your parents, your siblings, and on down the line. Of course, it all depends on which of your relatives survive you.
Dying without a will is not the ideal situation. To avoid confusion, you can simply create an estate plan in advance and distribute your property exactly how you choose.
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