In most states, if someone dies without as will, there are laws which tell you who inherits any property/assets owned outright by the deceased which do not already have a beneficiary (A life insurance policy, for example, already has a named beneficiary.)
Usually the assets go to the spouse, and if there is no spouse to the kids. After that it may go to grandkids, siblings, etc, depending on state law.
If one dies without a will, it is called dying "intestate." The relatives should get a copy of the death certificate and take it to a lawyer, and, if they can't afford a lawyer, to the probate court (you can find your local probate court by doing an internet search). They will help you figure out how to pay off debts and distribute the estate.
passes to the next of kin
when someone dies without purpose, they are said to have died in vain.
AnswerA martyr is someone who dies for his or her beliefs.
The laws of intestacy will be applied. It will specify the distribution of the assets.
When someone dies without making a will the term is "to die intestate". In that case one's money and property is goes to their spouse or civil partner, their child/children, their parent, their brother or sister or to more distant relative.
When someone dies
The ISBN of What To Do When Someone Dies is 978-0-14-102092-1.
they start after someone dies or pass away they start after someone dies or pass away they start after someone dies or pass away
someone who suffers or dies for his/her beliefs.
Someone who never dies is immortal.And He is one and only, the creator of the whole universe and everything in it
Dialysis can keep a person alive for a while. Still dialysis eventually fails and the patient dies.
to die without a will= intestate
Martyr - someone who dies for what they believe is right Sometimes, they could also be called suicide bombers!!!!
When Someone Dies: The Practical Guide to the Logistics of Death is by Scott Taylor Smith. The paperback has 256 pages. The Thorndike hardcover version has 291 pages.
Yes, they have an obligation to continue to pay rent.
They could die in 24 hours even up to a week without treatment
It depends on local law, but in general if someone dies without a will and with no heirs, the estate devolves to the state.
When a first cousin, or anyone else, dies without a will, state law determined who inherits.
Yes they can
yep at some stage.
In the US government it is called the line of succesion. It starts when the president dies, or quits office.