A certificate of the right to inherit is a document without which it is impossible to inherit the property of a deceased person.
The estate is considered movable and immovable property, which belonged to the testator, as well as the property obligations and rights of the deceased. As for duties, debts are often inherited. Payments on debt obligations the heirs are divided equally.
Prove that the elderly person wrote a will under duress, it is possible, if the facts of psychological and physical impact are documented. Sometimes there are enough police protocols. Usually such documents include evidence of neighbors that law enforcement officers were summoned for the scandals, in which the testator and the heir indicated in the will were figuring.
Some citizens, knowing that the will is made up, and their names and surnames in this document do not appear, try to register and place under the pretext of their underage children in the testator's apartment. Then a certificate of the right to inheritance can be obtained not by testament, but by law. Defending the rights of minors, the court will oblige them to provide at least half of the mandatory share of housing.
If you are not indicated in the will, but are the closest relative of the deceased (the heir of the first stage), in order to issue a certificate of the right to inheritance, one must turn to the notary public at the place of residence of the deceased. If there is a certificate of death, the notary will consider the possibility of obtaining your inheritance by law, and then accept the application. From this moment and for six months it will be necessary to pay the state fee and collect all the necessary certificates and documents for filing a statement of claim in court. A lawyer or notary will tell you how to leave such a statement.