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What happens if a person dies without making a Will
« on: June 17, 2013, 09:42:21 PM »
What happens if a person dies without making a Will, What will happen to his money and property, he has 6 sons and 5 daughters apart from that many grand children

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Re: What happens if a person dies without making a Will
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2013, 09:44:07 PM »
In the absence of a Will, your property may go to someone who you did not expect or want it to go to.

If you have minor children, then under a Will you can appoint a Guardian who will take care of your children in the event of your (and your spouse's) death. If you (and your spouse) die without a will, then the court appoints a Guardian, who you may not have wanted.

If you have minor children, then under a Will you can appoint a Trustee who will take care of your assets in the event of your (and your spouse's death) until your children grow up. If you (and your spouse) die without a will, then the court appoints a Trustee (Administrator), who you may not have wanted.

Under a Will, you can decide who will be the Executor or the person who will oversee the disposal of your assets after your death. In the absence of a Will, the court appoints an Administrator, who you may not have wanted.

You can name Alternate Beneficiaries in your Will in the event the main Beneficiary also dies with or before you.

It is easier to make a Transmission (ie similar to Transfer) of your property if you have a Will.

Having a proper Will may avoid disputes between persons who claim a right to your property.

It is possible to give your share of the coparcenary property through a Will, which would otherwise go to the other members of the coparcenary, including your children.
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Re: What happens if a person dies without making a Will
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2013, 12:07:25 AM »
According to the law rules there will total powers to the guardians and the person, those who takes his/her care. So according to his/her decision that property will go to that person, But without will there will be lots of issues are there in generally.

 

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