A. If you die without a will in NH, the State of New Hampshire will decide who gets your property. It will follow the statute. Every case is different. You should consult a NH estate lawyer with experience in wills, or lack thereof. Why let the State decide who gets your property. For a minor cost, you can determine who gets what. This will also expedite the probate process and mitigate family strife.
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