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Answered 2007-01-11 03:19:14

States are very specific as to who gets property when someone dies without a will and have codified the distribution. And it is typically faster, because the judge is very impartial and follows the letter of the law. If there are arguments over who gets what, the judge sells it and splits the money.

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