Right inheritors

Right inheritors – the Probate Law uses this term to detail the figures of these particular heirs, who are entitled to participate in sharing the estate left by the testator. The right inheritors may be appointed either by the Law or by a personal will. For example, if a man dies, his inheritors are the wife and the children. But if he appoints in a will that his children only will be the beneficiaries of his estates, then they are the right heirs among all legal heirs.

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