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What happens if I die without a will or trust?

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If you have a will you can name an executor to manage your estate when you die. The executor is often a friend, relative or a trusted person. But if one dies without a will, someone must be appointed by the court to manage his/her estate. This person is called an administrator. The court may also appoint a guardian if he has children under 19 and the other parent isn’t alive.

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