What Happens If There Is No Will in Indiana?
- December 1
- CLLB Law
- Estate & Elder Law
People often put off creating a last will and testament either because they’re too busy or they don’t like contemplating end-of-life issues. But postponing a will is not a good idea. It can create confusion, expense, and delay for your loved ones after you’ve passed away. When someone dies without a will in Indiana, it is called “intestate succession.” It’s a complicated legal term, so the better way to think of it is by asking, “What happens if there is no will in Indiana?” If you die without a will in Indiana, your assets will pass to your closest relatives. These assets include only items that would have passed through a will under Indiana’s intestate laws – ty ...