If you have not drafted a will, your ‘will’ is the intestate succession law of the state in which you reside when you die. An “intestate” is someone who dies without a will.  If you have a will, you are said to “die testate”.

Back to intestate succession.  If you trust the state to do what you want, then you are probably beyond help.  But if not, you should consider planning what will happen when you die.  You must take the initiative, we would love the opportunity to help.