Two children I named in my Will died in a plane crash. What happens to property I left to them or the survivor?

In this situation the Mississippi Simultaneous Death Law provides that they are both assumed to survive the other. Therefore, their heirs at law or under their Will would each receive their interest of what they were left in the Will.


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