Heirs’ property is property that is passed to family members by inheritance. Usually there is no will or estate planning strategy. If there is no will, property passes to intestate heir. Dying “intestate,” means without a will giving property to spouse, children, or others who may be legally entitled to the property. Even if the person who died had a will, they may still create heirs’ property by leaving the property to multiple heirs in their will.
This video lays the basic groundwork of how problems with heirs property occurs and what options are available to resolve the probelms it causes for families.