According to the law, the children of the testator (including adopted children), the surviving spouse, parents (including adoptive parents), as well as children born after the testator's death, inherit in the first place.
The second line includes the brothers and sisters of the testator, grandfather, grandmother of the deceased, both on the mother's side and on the father's side.
Thirdly, the right to inherit by law have the relatives of the testator's uncle and aunt.
In the fourth place - persons who lived with the testator in one family for at least five years before the opening of the inheritance.
The fifth line of heirs includes other relatives of the testator up to and including the sixth degree of kinship, and relatives of the closest degree of kinship are excluded from the right to inherit by relatives of the next degree of kinship.
In addition, in the fifth place, the testator's dependents who were not members of his family have the right to inherit by law. These include a minor or incapacitated person who was not a member of the testator's family, but received financial assistance from him for at least five years, which was his only or main source of livelihood.