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  1. What Happens if You Die Without a Will and You're Married? Depending on how your assets are owned when you die, your estate will either go entirely to your surviving spouse (if it's community/marital property), or split between your surviving spouse, siblings and parents (if it's your separate property). If you're married and have children with your current spouse, your entire estate will go to your surviving spouse. Otherwise, your surviving spouse will receive up to one-half of the estate, with the remaining portion passing to your surviving children from another spouse or partner.
  2. Not true. What happens is I have a joint account with someone who has died? If a person is a joint owner of a bank or building society account with the person who has died, then from the time of the death the joint holder automatically owns the money in the account. The account is not “frozen” after the death and they do not need a grant of probate or any authority from the personal representatives to access it.
  3. You follow a healthy, balanced diet and there is no need for any supplements, with the exception of Folic Acid for women during pregnancy. Trouble is, most people do not eat a balanced diet so taking some vitamin C and D is necessary with some who are deficient.
  4. I see that the american government is saying they might issue a check to americans to help with this crisis.It says retired also. Since we in Thailand,retired, are also up against this crisis, what's the thoughts regarding us receiving a check also,through our SS payments?
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