Heredity and hereditary succession are difficult subjects to deal with. It is not by chance that they are often the causes of real family conflicts. In fact, there are improper treatments, negligence, concealment of money or assets and everything related to the collection of an inheritance. The family member who is in this situation may need the help of a lawyer or a private investigator who can understand the technicalities, especially in a difficult time like the loss of a loved one.
In the event that there are disputes in this matter, in fact, one could witness a very long civil case that could last even 15 years. This would mean not only not enjoying the assets but also a huge loss of money for legal expenses and the breakdown of family relationships.
The help of the private investigator
In case of problems with inheritance it can be very useful to contact a detective who will investigate the inheritance succession ensuring confidentiality and professionalism. The task of the private investigator is to dig deep into administrative practices to better understand the situation and find a solution for a fair division of assets.
The most common problems concerning inheritance are:
Research beneficiaries of the inheritance
Protection of successors rights
Following the data provided by the client, the investigations will be carried out in order to solve the problems related to the inheritance and the dossier that will be legally used in court will be provided. The investigator, in fact, can use evidence, video, audio and photographic evidence or archival documents. Many investigative agencies work and use the help of other professionals such as lawyers and calligraphic expert technicians.
The figure of the mediator
With the Letta Government's Decree of 15 June 2013, compulsory mediation was reintroduced for some civil disputes, including inheritance successions. In fact, due to the high number of processes, it will be mandatory to pass first for mediation. The expected time for this process is three months. Only if the negotiation is not successful, the mediation will be closed and the civil case can be started before the Court.
The mediator is nothing but a subject super partes that tries to identify the interest of both parties in order to resolve a dispute. In the event that the mediation is successful, the agreement is drawn up and may then be in the case approved by the President of the Court, thus becoming fully enforceable.