Coventry, CT asked in Probate and Estate Planning for Connecticut

Q: There are three biological children who are not named in the will but are needed to assign a PR in the State of Georgia,

None of the Biological children are heirs just a step-grandson what recourse do the biological children have? the will must be executed in GA the biological children live in CT

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Matthew A. Wiley
Matthew A. Wiley
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A: This issue is quite complex. Your question does not provide enough information to fully answer it. Feel free to give my office a call and schedule a consultation and we can discuss this in more detail. 203.446.4725.

Reading between the lines. It sounds like someone died in GA and chose to disinherit their children. While I can not speak to Georgia law specifically in almost all states children are mandatory notice parties even if disinherited. Therefore you will have the opportunity to review the documents and confirm. That being said there are a lot of situations where assets can transfer outside of the will.

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