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Wed, 09 Feb 2022 China Law in One Minute Meng Yu 余萌

First of all, you need to know whether the decedent has a will and whether you have inheritance rights in the will. If the decedent does not have a will, then you also need to know whether you are the heir in intestate inheritance. That is, whether you are the decedent’s parent, child, or spouse, if the governing law is Chinese law.