When a persons dies without a will or when a will is successfully contested , the laws of descent and distribution determine who inherits the estate of the decedent. In this general article, we will lead you to answers as to the types of property subject to inheritance as well as the inheritance rights of spouses, children and other family members.
- Adopted children.
- Adopted children's inheritance from their biological parents also here.
- Forgotten or pretermitted children.
- Illegitimate children also here.
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