The inheritance consists of the all the rights and obligations of property of a deceased person. Inheritance is the practice of passing on property, titles, depts, rights, and obligations upon the death of an individual. The rules of inheritance differ between societies and have changed over time.
That is, because the inheritance law sets as its main purpose to secure the regularity of the economic life rather to enrich the deceased’s heirs. Therefore, it consists of all assets of the deceased person (either real estate or mobiles) but also of liabilities (debts, loans, taxes due, etc.).
There are two different ways of succession: a) Intestate succession and b) Succession by virtue of a Testament. Intestate succession takes place when there is no Testament drawn up by the deceased and it concerns surviving spouse and blood relatives.
As Greek Estate Lawyers, we assist in Greek inheritance issues by tracing the property title anywhere in Greece; we investigate the legal and actual status; and provide a full legal analysis report, within one week, as of the time that the client has provided the necessary information. We also advice and help our clients on how to draw up their wills and secure the interest of their heirs.