Does adult child have rights to fathers estate in Canada?
An adult child is a natural beneficiary to an estate. If there is no will, and there is no spouse, they are likely to get the estate.
Does a child have legal rights to a deceased fathers estate if everything was left to his current wife?
Do adult children have any rights to money from insurance if the father is remarried with no will and new wife is beneficiary?
Can a child whose been adopted claim the biological fathers estate if ther was no will they are now an adult?
Can a child whose been adopted claim the biological fathers estate if there was no will they are now an adult?
What rights do the mothers adult children have to their mothers estate if she dies before their step father?
What are the rights of an adult child to the parents home that the adult child lived in with parents whos parents both deceased and there was no will?
The estate of the last surviving parent must be probated in order for title to the real estate to pass to the heirs at law. If your parent died intestate (without a will) then their estate will pass according to the laws of intestacy to all their heirs at law in equal shares. You need to contact an attorney.