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Old 5th February 2019, 16:08   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Trying to decline property inheritance

I had a similar problem in 2014 when my husband died. He did not make a will and most things - bank account, house, were in his name only. Having gone to court to apply for probate, his estate here in Turkey was divided according to the formula set out by law with our two daughters getting the largest share. The same happened with our car which was in joint names.
The girls had to swear an affidavit in the UK and Australia respectively where they lived. These then had to be apostilled and sent here where they had to be translated and notarised.
I know of someone locally here who died. He had no spouse and was survived by his brother whom he had not spoken to in years. The brother’s son was eventually traced but has shown no interest in claiming what is now his inheritance. Apparently if he doesn’t act within two years from his uncle’s death the estate falls to the government.
Someone has already mentioned Sule Beder of Beder Law. She is an expert in inheritance law but doesn’t come cheap.
Good luck.
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