The firm’s team provides professional handling of the inheritance case even in a few days with comprehensive support from legal experts.

Inheritance cases always arouse vivid emotions among their participants, so the presence of a lawyer is especially helpful and necessary during these cases. Our expert attorneys and legal counselors always do their best to make things as favorable as possible for our clients. With our knowledge and experience, we can handle even the most complex and sensitive civil cases. We provide our services not only in cases of inheritance acquisition, but also in cases of inheritance, division of inheritance or invalidation of wills.

Each client is assigned a dedicated case manager who is at his or her disposal during office hours. Through this, we spread a protective umbrella over our client and his entire case.



The application for the acquisition of the inheritance is filed with the court of the place where the testator died.

The application must be paid with a court fee of PLN 100 (if the case involves a single testator) plus PLN 5 for entry in the Inheritance Register.

The inheritance hearing, involves the court taking positions from the participants in the proceedings on the issue of the acquisition of the inheritance.

The time limit for filing a succession case is 6 months and is usually calculated from the death of the testator. However, it happens that inheritance cases are set up much later. Failure to file a report on the acquisition of property or property rights within 6 months from the date on which the court decision confirming the acquisition of the inheritance becomes final will result in the loss of the criminal exemption.

An inheritance case in court can take up to several months.

The presence of all heirs before the court is not mandatory.

The succession proceedings end with the court issuing a decision on the matter. statement of inheritance acquisition.

The questions that are most often asked during an inheritance case are: information on what heirs the deceased left behind, whether he made a will, how many wills there were, whether he revoked the will, whether he had children out of wedlock, how many children he had, whether he was a healthy person or a sick person. In addition, participants in the proceedings may additionally file a statement of acceptance or rejection of the deceased’s estate.

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