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Inheritence Laws

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Inheritence Laws

Postby Beaman » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:49 am

My mother stands to inherit considerable property in Italy due to the recent passing of her mother. The property includes part of an active orchard business, land, and a home. However, my aunt(who is in Italy) has taken over assets and monies belonging to my grandmother and plans to rent out the house! What is the easiest way to represent my mother in these situations? What right do I have as a US Citizen in these cases?

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Inheritence Laws

Postby Witta » Sat Dec 03, 2016 11:50 am

My mother stands to inherit considerable property in Italy due to the recent passing of her mother. The property includes part of an active orchard business, land, and a home. However, my aunt(who is in Italy) has taken over assets and monies belonging to my grandmother and plans to rent out the house! What is the easiest way to represent my mother in these situations? What right do I have as a US Citizen in these cases?

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Inheritence Laws

Postby Frascuelo » Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:26 am

If your grand mother passed without a will the inheritance must be divided in equal shares between her children.

Your mother could appoint a lawyer in Italy to protect hers rights against her sister. This is the easiest way to proceed.

Your/your mother citizenship is insignificant.

Best regards

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