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INTESTATE SUCCESSION

Intestate Succession is the legal term for law which is applied if someone died and did not leave a valid will or if there are assets which were not bequeathed under the provisions of the will.
The heirs by law are as follows:
The lawfully married spouse of the deceased at the time of his death. A common law spouse can also inherit under certain conditions;
The children biological and adopted, of the deceased and their issue;
The parents of the deceased and their issue;
The grandparents of the deceased and their issue;
If there are no flesh and blood heirs then the estate goes to The State of Israel. The state is must dedicate the estate for the purpose of education, science, health or welfare though the Minister of Finance may make certain payments out of the estate to any person who was dependent on the deceased, or to a person upon whom the deceased was dependent or a relative of the deceased who is not an heir by law.
The children of the deceased and their issue take precedence over the parents of the deceased, and the parents of the deceased and their issue take precedence over the grandparents of the deceased.
Heirs of the same class, namely children, parents or grandparents, are entitled to receive an equal share in the estate due to such class. A spouse is in a special class and specific sections of the law determine the spouse`s share of the estate.
Intestate Succession is the legal term for law which is applied if someone died and did not leave a valid will or if there are assets which were not bequeathed under the provisions of the will.
The heirs by law are as follows:
The lawfully married spouse of the deceased at the time of his death. A common law spouse can also inherit under certain conditions;
The children biological and adopted, of the deceased and their issue;
The parents of the deceased and their issue;

The grandparents of the deceased and their issue;
If there are no flesh and blood heirs then the estate goes to The State of Israel. The state is must dedicate the estate for the purpose of education, science, health or welfare though the Minister of Finance may make certain payments out of the estate to any person who was dependent on the deceased, or to a person upon whom the deceased was dependent or a relative of the deceased who is not an heir by law.
The children of the deceased and their issue take precedence over the parents of the deceased, and the parents of the deceased and their issue take precedence over the grandparents of the deceased.
Heirs of the same class, namely children, parents or grandparents, are entitled to receive an equal share in the estate due to such class. A spouse is in a special class and his/her share is determined by law depending on who are the other heirs.

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