An individual who dies and who has no will is said to have died intestate.
An individual who dies, also called a decedent, and who has a will is said to have died testate.
The following outline is a summary of the Georgia law which determines who are heirs at law of a decedent (the person whose death necessitates the administration of his or her estate).
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