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Can Real Estate Be Included in an Inheritance?

Acquiring Real Property

When an individual passes away, it is common for them to have assets such as money, an estate, an automobile, etc., if they were established. What happens to these assets? With or without a will, the assets are conveyed to the bloodline of the deceased. With a will, the testator would decide who receives what. Without a will, the assets get conveyed to the the direct family by way of inheritance. If the direct family has predeceased the individual, then out of the rest of the family, the state deems who inherits what.

Inheritance is the passage of title and ownership of real propertyreal estate

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