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My son died last year, he was living with s partner of 18

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My son died last year, he was living with his partner of 18 months who has his possessions. I am his next of kin what rights do i have to him possessions?

As a parent you have the right to his possessions except insofar as he bequeathed them in a will. If there is no will you are entitled.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
If those possessions are in her property how can I get them from her if she refuses to let me have them.