Tell you the right way simply and clearly.
Your parents have divorced. Now that your father died suddenly while working in the company, there must be two major legacies to be divided. One is your father’s death compensation (because he died during work), and the other is your father’s family heritage.
Because your parents have divorced, your mother has no right to divide the death compensation. Now it is you, your grandmother and your grandpa who divide the inheritance. Your uncle and aunt have no right to divide the inheritance, because according to the provisions of the national inheritance law, the heirs in the first order inherit the inheritance first, namely the spouse, children and parents of the deceased.
Now, your grandparents should have 1/3 share of the death compensation of your father, and you should have 1/3 share. If you are a minor, China’s inheritance law has provisions on taking care of minors, and you can strive for more money.
It is a bit troublesome to divide your father’s family property as an inheritance. For example, the division of real estate and deposits. These estates include your share, your grandpa’s share and your grandma’s share. If the house is divided as an inheritance and you leave your house, according to the law, you should give your grandpa’s share of 2/3, which is not small. Therefore, we should build a good relationship with our grandparents. Generally speaking, our grandparents will not split the house with our grandchildren. However, you should understand that your grandparents take care of you. They have the right to split the house.
As for my aunt and uncle, I have no right to divide your father’s inheritance under the current circumstances. However, you should explain the reason to them clearly, and don’t quarrel. After all, they are your relatives. Maybe they don’t understand the law. Maybe they are fighting for your grandparents’ interests.
Another point is that when your parents divorced, if your mother didn’t want any property to leave the house, she might have a share in the inheritance of your father’s family inheritance this time, such as a house. If your house is the common property of your father and mother in marriage, and your mother didn’t split the share when she divorced, your mother can participate in the division of the house inheritance this time; If the house is your father’s premarital property, your mother will have no share.
If your family helps you solve the problem of dividing your father’s estate and it is in accordance with the law, there is no need to hire a lawyer. If the division of the estate is not smooth or fair, you should hire a lawyer to fight for the benefits you deserve.
My child, I wonder if what I said above will help you? Maybe others have some inspiration and use after reading it. Let’s do a publicity of law popularization.
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