Mississippi Estate Planning Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed August 24, 2017
Welcome to FindLaw's section covering Mississippi laws that address estate planning and end-of-life procedures, which are relevant to everyone but often overlooked until it's too late. This section has articles on what constitutes a valid will in the state, who inherits what when an individual dies without a will, and the purpose of a living will (which is not actually a will in the legal sense). In addition, you'll find information about the drafting and use of a durable power of attorney, Mississippi probate and estate tax laws, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Mississippi's estate planning laws.
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