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Wills, Probate & Intestate Succession - By State

Wills, Probate & Intestate Succession are matters of State law. Each U.S. State’s laws are different in these areas. You should consult a qualified attorney in all of the state(s) where your senior loved one resides or holds property. Here are some resources with links to all of the U.S. States, as well as additional general information on a few of the States:

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LINKS TO RESOURCES ON WILLS, PROBATE & INTESTATE SUCCESSION LAWS IN ALL U.S. STATES:

Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools

What can you do as a Baby Boomer and family caregiver to secure your retirement future against the threat of rising health care and long-term care costs? Here are some links to information that may be helpful to you . . . → Read More: Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools

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Uniform Probate Code Locator

Uniform Probate Code Locator, Cornell University Law School, Legal Information Institute. Links to the Model Uniform Probate Code (“UPC”) as recommended by The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, together with links to the laws of 15 . . . → Read More: Uniform Probate Code Locator

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State Estate Planning Laws

State Estate Planning Laws, by FindLaw.com, a resource for attorneys and the public. Provides links for each U.S. State to state-specific estate planning laws, including state laws on living wills, power of attorney, requirements for a valid will, and . . . → Read More: State Estate Planning Laws

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Making a Will in Your State

Making a Will in Your State: Select your state to learn about your state’s laws, by Nolo.com. Links to all 50 U.S. States with general information written by a Nolo attorney on each State’s laws and requirements governing wills. . . . → Read More: Making a Will in Your State

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON CERTAIN STATES:

Florida: The Florida Estates and Trusts Laws, Title XLII, Florida Statutes
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Florida: The Florida Estates and Trusts Laws, Title XLII, Florida Statutes, from the Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature. Posts Florida’s Probate Code, governing wills, probates, and intestate succession in Florida. See Title XLII, ...

Minnesota: Probate/ Wills/ Estates
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Minnesota: Probate/ Wills/ Estates, Minnesota Judicial Branch, Self Help Center. Provides information and resources on probate, wills and estates in Minnesota, including links to probate forms and to the laws and rules on probate in Minnesota. Note...

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts, Articles 1-6, and 9 et. seq., Laws of the State of New York. Click “EPT” to access the Chapters relating to Estates, Powers & Trusts. Chapters 1-6 and 9, et.seq., relate to ...

Texas: Texas Statutes, Probate Code
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Texas: Texas Statutes, Probate Code, Texas Constitute and Statutes official website. Click on “Texas Statutes,” then “Probate Code” to find the Texas Statutes governing wills, probate, administration of estates, and intestate succession in ...

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