Intestacy, No Surviving Spouse

Real and personal property passing when there is no surviving spouse but issue of decedent is living

To the issue of the decedent, in equal shares as there are living members of the nearest generation of issue then living and deceased members of that generation who leave issue then living those children of the deceased issue to take equally that share their parent would have taken if living.

Real property passing, no surviving spouse or issue and predeceased spouse has died within 15 years

For purposes of distributing real property if the decedent had a predeceased spouse who died not more than 15 years before the decedent and there is no surviving spouse or issue of the decedent, the portion of the decedent’s estate attributable to the decedent’s predeceased spouse passes to predeceased spouses intestate heirs.

Decedent’s personal property, no surviving spouse or issue and real property with predeceased spouse who has died more than 15 years

to the decedent’s parent or parents equally.

If there is no surviving parent, to the issue of the parents

If there is no surviving parent or issue of a parent to grandparents equally

If there is no surviving parents or grandparents to the issue of those grandparents

If there is no surviving parent, grandparent or issue of a grandparent, but the decedent is survived by the issue of a predeceased spouse, to that issue

If there is no surviving issue, parent or issue of a parent, grandparent or issue of a grandparent, or issue of a predeceased spouse, but the decedent is survived by next of kin, to the next of kin in equal degree

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