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Please go to: Type in: What is a Universal Will in the State of ____________________. You'll find all your answers there. Good luck Marcy * There is not such a thing as a "universal will" relating to a person dying intestate. The action pertaining to such circumstances is known as state probate succession law. Such laws establish which assets and property are exempted from probate procedure and how any remaining assets and/or property should be distributed after debts and taxes, probate costs, etc, are paid.

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Q: When A parent dies and leaves no will the state you live in uses a universal will what is it and how does it work in NC?
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