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If a person dies without a Will, the person is deemed to have died “intestate” and the disposition of the person’s assets is governed by the laws of Intestacy. The intestacy laws are found in the Maryland Annotated Code and specify the hierarchy for determining who is entitled to distribution. For example, if the decedent had a spouse and minor children at the time… Read More
Probate is the legal process for winding up the affairs of a deceased person. In Maryland, the probate process is administered through the local Register of Wills office and Orphan’s Court. If the decedent died with a Will, the Will is admitted to probate and any legal challenges to the will are resolved. If the individual died without a Will, then the person has… Read More