What right do trustees have to inherit when their guardian dies?

Answer from: Klyuchnikov E.:
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Hello. If the children in your ward (grandchildren) are your daughter's children, then, unfortunately, they have no right of inheritance. The heirs will be the husband and daughter in equal shares. If the property of the deceased acquired (purchased) in wedlock, the husband will have half of the property, and the other half is divided equally between him and his daughter. If the guardians were children of another child of the guardian who died before the guardian's death, they would be heirs and inherit their parent's share

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