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If he died without a will, the Intestate Succession Act applies. You may need legal help.
Ask a social worker if the family can be assisted to have access to your grandmother and check that she is alright.
You could ask the GEPF and see if there is any way in which you could be included as a beneficiary.
Since you were married in community of property, you inherited the house when your ex-husband passed away. You can do what you want with it.
Go to the funeral parlour and ask for a copy of your invoice or receipt.
Child pension is for the deceased member's children, while death benefits include other beneficiaries
If your uncle died without a will and his girlfriend is not on the RDP application, the law of intestate succession applies.
If your cousin is the Representative in a Letter of Authority, she does not become the owner of the property.
The executor, who is usually named in the will, is responsible for winding up the estate. Here are the costs involved in doing that.