A person close to me has died and left a will. What should I do?

If the deceased left a final will, inheritance is acquired by persons defined there, if the will was prepared in a proper manner and not revoked by the later will. The person who ownes a will, is obliged to submit it to the court or a notary after they find out about the death of the testator.

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A person close to me has died and did not leave a will. What can I do?

If the deceased did not leave a will, inheritance goes to relatives in accordance with the rules laid down in the Civil Code (the so-called intestacy). The first step is to determine the circle of heirs –  whether the testator had children, spouse, parents, siblings or grandparents.

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