Originally Posted by BroncoBeavis
Now take that on to the next logical step. I knew of a couple of old timers at one time who were brothers. Both were widowed and living together. The first brother passing away created numerous hardships for the surviving, as many of the avenues for transference of property and benefits were not available. At the time it was because they were both males and brothers. But today, that protection would still be denied, if only because they were brothers.
Is this equal protection?
I'm not getting you. Even without a will your next of kin can inherit your property. I don't think i am understanding your point.