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Arizona Intestacy Laws
These are selections from the Arizona intestate succession statutes.  (Title 14: Trusts, Estates and Protective Proceedings)

 

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14-2102. Intestate share of surviving spouse
The following part of the intestate estate, as to both separate property and the one-half of community property that belongs to the decedent, passes to the surviving spouse:
1. If there is no surviving issue or if there are surviving issue all of whom are issue of the surviving spouse also, the entire intestate estate.
2. If there are surviving issue one or more of whom are not issue of the surviving spouse, one-half of the intestate separate property and no interest in the one-half of the community property that belonged to the decedent.

 

14-2103. Heirs other than surviving spouse; share in estate
Any part of the intestate estate not passing to the decedent's surviving spouse under section 14-2102 or the entire intestate estate if there is no surviving spouse passes in the following order to the following persons who survive the decedent:

1. To the decedent's descendants by representation.


2. If there is no surviving descendant, to the decedent's parents equally if both survive or to the surviving parent.

 

3. If there is no surviving descendant or parent, to the descendants of the decedent's parents or either of them by representation.

 

4. If there is no surviving descendant, parent or descendant of a parent, but the decedent is survived by one or more grandparents or descendants of grandparents, half of the estate passes to the decedent's paternal grandparents equally if both survive or to the surviving paternal grandparent or the descendants of the decedent's paternal grandparents or either of them if both are deceased with the descendants taking by representation. The other half passes to the decedent's maternal relatives in the same manner. If there is no surviving grandparent or descendant of a grandparent on either the paternal or the maternal side, the entire estate passes to the decedent's relatives on the other side in the same manner as the half.

 

14-2105. Unclaimed estate; passage to state
If no one is qualified to claim the estate under this article, the intestate estate passes to the state.



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The Arizona intestate succession statutes may be found in full by selecting this link. (Title 14: Trusts, Estates and Protective Proceedings)


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