Administration of the Estate When There Is No Will

Por: Athens-Clarke County Probate Court

An individual who dies (also called a "decedent") and who has no will is said to have died "intestate". This means in most circumstances that the Probate Court will need to appoint an Administrator to handle the property that the decedent owned. This document explains the process of what happens when a person dies intestate.

Última revisión y actualización: Sep 06, 2002