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No person is allowed to liquidate or distribute the estate of a deceased person without a letter of authority.
If there is no will, the Intestate Succession Act will apply.
It may be that your mother and children and the separated wife and her children are both entitled to inherit.
You can take the matter to court but the onus of proof is on you.
Yes, if no will is written, the inheritance will be distributed according to the Intestate Succession Act
If the buyer can prove that he paid the amount agreed between him and your late father then he can demand that the seller’s obligation, which is to deliver the property, is fulfilled,
You can contact the UIF Call Centre to ask that they help you. You can also lodge a complaint against the employee.
No, your wife's adultery during your marriage is not grounds for annulment, and you still have to split assets 50/50.
It is illegal not to report a deceased estate. Perhaps telling your sibling this will spur them to action. Otherwise you can approach the Master's office for help.
Under the law of intestate succession, you can inherit as his life partner.