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If a will has not been made, both parents are dead and they

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If a will has not been made, both parents are dead and they have one child will that child automatically inherit there estate. Thank you.

Hi, thank you for your question. Yes, if there is only one child the child will inherit the whole estate. If there were other siblings who have passed and they have children, their children will inherit in their place in equal shares.

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