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No, the property the property passes directly to the remainder persons and is not included in probate procedure nor is it subject to creditor action/attachment. By definition, a Life Estate terminates on the death of the beneficiary. There is nothing to go into their estate.

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Q: When a life tenant dies intestate with no assets to pay unsecured creditors does the property ever become part of the deceased's estate?
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