Death is an unavoidable reality that affects everyone, regardless of marital status, parental status, or gender. In the aftermath of death, there is often a sense of entitlement felt by someone related to the deceased. Meanwhile, the deceased leaves behind property they can no longer benefit from. The transfer of property from the deceased to the living often raises questions about legal entitlements. However, what legal provisions govern this situation? Join us as we explore the intricacies of succession law in this article, concluding our discussion on family law.