The short answer is, although it is theoretically possible, probably not. The State of South Carolina is far down on the list of possible places where your estate goes. If you die without a will in South Carolina it is called dying intestate. Under the laws of intestacy, if you only have a surviving spouse, he or she inherits everything. If you have a spouse and children, then the spouse gets one half and the children split the other half (for example, if you have three kids, they are entitled to one sixth each.) If you only have surviving children, then they will split everything. Each predeceasing child’s share gets split amongst their children. After that, there is a whole intestacy scheme of who gets what when. (Another good reason to do a will). The state, though, is far down the list.
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