death  legal


Question by  trench (35)

What are the property laws in North Carolina concerning heirs to an estate?

My grandmother recently died, all of her land is in the state of NC, can you help me to understand the laws concerning her estate?


Answer by  hahagal (983)

The laws in North Carolina are pretty basic as they mentioned that if your grandmother does not have a will then all of the land will possibly land in probate, which it will take months in order to complete the process in order to distribute the property depending on the order of relations.


Answer by  srainne (2597)

Depending on your specific situation, there are many items that may need to be addressed. I would first contact the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts for help.


Answer by  mb (5482)

If you grandmother had a last will and testament properly filled out the land goes to whomever she wants. If not it goes to probabte and to the closet heir.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

There are many factors that will determine how the estate is handled. The worth of the estate, who is listed as the executor and even the cause of death.

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