Ok, for all of you out there who do not have an estate plan, I have put together a brief video explaining what will happen to your estate if you die without having first planned by getting a trust or a will. Every state can be different on this, but there are a lot of similarities between them. This explanation is current for Utah, and I make no representation if it is this way for other states. If you die without a will or a trust in place, you will most likely have to go through probate, which I wouldn’t wish on anyone, but this video explains what will happen when it all shakes out of the court. Comment and enjoy.
What will really happen to my estate if I die without a will or a Trust?
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