quesAm i entitled to my dead son's property? Am a hindu family widow.

I am a Hindu family widow and my son had died in February 2007. He has no child. His wife remarried in January 2008. Am I entitled share from his property?

 

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    First of all sorry to hear about your son. Yes, if your son has expired intestate i.e., without executing any will, then both you and your daughter-in-law become entitled to the properties of your son, in equal share.

     

    However, if there is a will, then the bequeth shall be as per the will, if the will is validly executed, under the law.

     

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