Planning for Life

The Rules in Massachusetts if You Don't Have a Will

Posted by Harry S. Margolis on January 3, 2012

By Harry S. Margolis


When Massachusetts adopted its own version of the Uniform Probate Code (MUPC) in 2012, it changed what happens to your estate if you die without a will, which is technically called dying "intestate." The results depend on whether you're married, have children, or have living parents. The rules are very specific. Here are a few examples:

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Topics: Estate Planning, will in massachusetts, Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code

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