Who will inherit all of my real and personal properties if I have no relatives (all dead) and left no will and testament in case I die?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Ilhan omar. strong black woman
- Common SenseLv 76 months ago
I knew this was not a serious question because if you are still alive, you have the opportunity to draw a Last Will and Testament. It is not too late to do so. But, you do not care about a Will or you would have one.
Then I read your ridiculous "Best Answer" and it confirmed my initial suspicions.
I am guessing that the bridge you live under does not have any of your worldly possessions to even be up for grabs when you die.
- CliveLv 76 months ago
Obviously you didn't want a truthful answer.
- JohnLv 46 months ago
What property do you have that'll perk interest? If you got cash beyond your funeral expenses they usually attempt to find a close relation. But they may simply give it to the mortuary that buries you.
But anything else...well you ever hear of the city dump?
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- 6 months ago
You may have relatives that you do not know.
- 6 months ago
The State Takes it all.
- AthenaLv 76 months ago
The state will try to find your next legal relative, then it goes to the state.
- champerLv 76 months ago
Here, if there really is no-one with a valid claim then after all debts are paid and all property sold off the residue goes to the Crown. It's known as "bona vacantia".
- pit bulls biteLv 76 months ago
sell them off and donate the money
- DON WLv 76 months ago
If there's truly nobody to give it to, it goes to the state.
It would be better for you to at least write a simple will, giving your burial preferences, and donating any remaining money to a friend or favorite charity. You may also wish to purchase a "pre-need" burial policy from a funeral home, which guarantees that your remains will be buried or cremated.