It is a broad statement to say “all” property is owned jointly. Also, there are different types of jointly owned property and that may make a difference.
Regardless, you should always make a Will to make sure everything is covered. It does not have to be probated in Mississippi if no need to do so. A small estate affidavit might be used for some property.
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