Here’s What Happens When You Die Without a Will

“[A will] is your voice and lets you decide where things go and who you want to carry these things out,” said David DuFault, an estate planning attorney at Sodoma Law in Charlotte, North Carolina.

If you die without one, you cede control to the state where you lived. Its laws will determine who your heirs will be and the state will choose the executor of your estate.

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