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The province will have specific rules of intestacy (an estate without a will). In most place the fiancee has no legal standing to claim anything. Being listed as Next of Kin on forms does not provide a legal status of any type.

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Q: If the deceased does not leave a legal Will and has stated their fiance is their 'next of kin' is the fiance entitled to the deceased's estate in Alberta Canada?
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