How is an Iowa Estate Divided if There is No Will | Iowa Intestacy Laws

While most Iowans know they really do need a will, the reality is, not everyone is able to have a will written prior to their passing. The State of Iowa has a process for distribution of your possessions should you pass without a will. This process is known as intestate succession. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we will discuss Iowa intestacy laws and how to divide an estate if there is no will. Our article will answer the questions: What property qualifies for Intestate Succession in Iowa?, How does Intestate Succession Work in Iowa?, and How can I prevent Intestate Succession?



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