In the circle of legal heirs are the persons who are in relationship to the deceased. They figuratively speaking are a few lines:
I st row are the children of the deceased and the right to substitute other descendants, they inherit in equal parts. As children of the deceased shall be considered adopted by him. These are descendants in direct descent.
When the deceased left no children or other descendants inherit equally parents or by the one who is alive , the ceilings are heirs of the II order. If the deceased has left just upstream of the second or higher degree , ie grandfather, grandmother, grandfather, respectively, grandmother inherited equally closest of them in degree . These are the heirs in the direct ascending line.
IIIrd order are siblings or right of substitution their children and grandchildren when the deceased has only left them, they inherit in equal parts.
When the deceased has left only siblings with low in the second or higher degree, first receive two-thirds of the inheritance , and upward - a third.
In these cases, flesh and uterine brothers and sisters receive half of what they get siblings.
When the deceased has left no ascendants of the second and higher degree, siblings or descendants thereof, in the collateral line up to the sixth degree, ie to second cousins. The nearer in degree and downstream of a closer degree exclude a far extent.
The surviving spouse shall not enter into the ranks of the family - heirs and inherit this order Kaito called to inheritance. Spouse takes part equal to the proportion of each child when inherited by descendants.
When her husband inherited with low or brothers and sisters, or their descendants, he gets half the inheritance if it is discovered before the age of ten years from the marriage, and otherwise take 2/3 of the estate. When the spouse with low and with brothers and sisters or their descendants, he gets one third of the estate in the first case and in the second half. If there are no other heirs, the husband receives the entire estate.
When there are no persons of the above that can be inherited, or when all the heirs renounce the inheritance or lose the right to take inheritance is obtained from the state, with the exception of movable property, housing, workshops and garages, as well as Business Property intended primarily for residential buildings, which are owned by the municipality in whose territory they are.
Heirs who lived with the testator and cared for him, receive an inheritance ordinary furniture, but if you are dealing with agriculture and are not appropriately rewarded otherwise - and farm implements of the deceased.
Heirs that lifetime of the deceased have helped to increase the inheritance may, if they have not been rewarded otherwise wish upon division to calculate the increase in their favor, the increase may be given in kind or cash.
Attorney George Mitrev