South Dakota's probate laws are designed to protect the rights of heirs and creditors and to assure the orderly collection, preservation, and transfer of property. The probate court also provides for the collection of appropriate state estate, federal estate, income, real property, sales and use taxes before the estate may be closed
What is the purpose of South Dakota's probate laws?
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