The law provides for specific rules of inheritance of persons from the closest family circle, or – in the absence of closer relatives – an extended family member of the deceased, if the individual died intestate, or the last will turns out to be not valid.
These rules have changed over time. For example, rules on inheritance by stepchildren or grandparents of the deceased changed in 2011. The right to confirm the acquisition of inheritance never expires, so we often deal with inheritance of the people who died during the second world war, or even earlier.
We are well deposed to accept cases from abroad. And, we can work in English as well.