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Italy Gotoarrow.png Probate Records

Who wrote the text below!? There is no concept of Probate in Italy. Probate records exist only in countries with Common Law.  Anthony Alioto www.italianlaw.net

Probate records are court   Declaration of succession records and indicates the distribution of a person’s estate after he or she dies. Information in the recordsmay must include the death date, names of heirs and guardians, relationships, residences, an inventory of the estate, and names of witnesses. Probate records in Italy are included in a  A notary’s official record exists if the decedent died testate otherwise the Notary is not necessarily involved.  For more information, see the "Notarial Records" in this outline.

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