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  1. I certainly AM wary of statements like that, and that's why I came here. Thank you SO MUCH for tying it together like that. The logic exists now...
  2. RetiredinVA, please see my post above where I show WA States requirement to have the will recorded in the county of death. I need clarification on that.
  3. To clarify, can this happen AFTER death to still be considered testate? That's the only thing that would make sense to me...
  4. I read that in WA State, if a person dies in a county other than the county in which thecwill was recorded, the state deems that intestate and will not follow the recorded will. That makes very little logical sense to me, so I am looking for confirmation or clarification on this law.
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