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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TESTATE AND INTESTATE?

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Testate means a person died with a Last Will and Testament. The principal determines the distribution of the assets. Intestate means a person died without a Last Will and Testament, in which case the state determines the distribution of the assets. Both intestate and testate actions are subject to probate. more
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A. When one is said to have died "Testate," it means he or she died leaving a will. If one is said to have died "Intestate," it means he or she died without leaving a will.
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