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How is my property transferred if I die intestate?

By March 16, 2015

If you die intestate, the transfer of your property is accomplished through a court-supervised proceeding called probate that frequently takes a minimum of six months, typically a year or more. These proceedings generally are expensive and time-consuming and tie up your property for several months. Probate can be avoided with proper estate planning.