Inheritance issue is one of the most popular legal consultations, starting with the issue of making a will, and ending with the issue of obtaining an inheritance, as well as in cases where it is necessary to go to court.
Inheritance is possible by will or by law, and each type of inheritance has its own characteristics.
When inheriting by will, it should be taken into account that the will may not cover all the property, even if there is a will, there may be persons who will be entitled to a mandatory share. You will be helped to understand these nuances by the specialists of the Law Firm “Kravets & Partners”, who will explain the procedure and requirements for making a will, tell you about the consequences of making a will not for all inherited property, help you find out whether there are persons, who have a mandatory share and how to deal with it.
When inheriting by law, it is necessary to correctly determine the order of inheritance and the presence of heirs in each order, because each subsequent order inherits property only if the previous order did not use its right, besides you should not forget about the right of hereditary transmission and the right of representation. Again, in these subtleties of inheritance, it is still better to seek legal assistance, since situations can be quite complex.
In both types of inheritance, you must also remember the rules of inheritance registration, for example, regarding the terms and place of application for registration of your rights, the list of documents and the costs of registration of inheritance, and so on.
Legal disputes on inheritance are quite often related to the fact that inheritance law is quite diverse, and a person without a legal education not always takes into account all the nuances that arise from a legal dispute, but the Law Firm “Kravets & Partners” is ready to provide you with its services even in the most complex legal disputes on inheritance, so do not lose your rights.
In addition, as an inheritance can be transmitted:
and other property, for obtaining inheritance rights of which you will need competent legal support.
In this case it is better to trust a lawyer who will protect your rights and help you: