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Lawyer Service for Legal Heir Certificate
Overview

When a family member passes away, the legal heir of the deceased can apply for a legal heir certificate. The certificate is used for inheriting property left behind by the dead person. It is also used for claims of insurance, retirement benefit, pension, gratuity and provident fund. MyAdvo will help you obtain legal heir certificate through an expert lawyer.

Steps Involved in Lawyer Service for Legal Heir Certificate
Checklist of documents
We will provide you with a checklist of documents and a questionnaire regarding your relationship with the deceased and other details.
Drafting of application
Based upon your responses, the lawyer will draft and share application for grant of legal heir certificate.
Finalization of documentation
You will meet the lawyer at the office of district revenue officer to finalize documentation. You will be required to carry the documents mentioned in the checklist.
Filing of application
After attestation and finalization of documents and payment of prescribed fees, the application will be filed at the office of the district revenue officer.
Enquiry
The Administrative Officer and Revenue Inspector will conduct due enquiry based on the information provided in the application.
Grant of Legal Heir Certificate

Upon satisfaction of the district revenue officer, the Legal Heir Certificate will be granted to you within 15-20 days.

Required Documents
  • Signed application form from the applicant Identity
  • Proof of the applicant. (Photocopy of either of the following documents will suffice: Passport, Voter ID card, Driving license, PAN card, Aadhar card)
  • Address Proof of the applicant. (Photocopy of either of the following documents will suffice: Passport, Voter ID card, Driving license, PAN card, Aadhar card)
  • Proof of birth Date of Birth proof of the applicant. (Photocopy of one of the following documents will suffice: Birth certificate, School leaving certificate, Passport, PAN Card, Voter id card, Driving license)
  • A self-undertaking affidavit
  • Photocopy of death certificate of the deceased 
  • Address proof of the deceased. (Photocopy of either of the following documents will suffice: Passport, Voter ID card, Driving license, PAN card, Aadhar card)
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Questionnaire - Legal heir certificate
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Sample - Application for legal heir certificate
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Sample - Affidavit legal heir certificate
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Why MyAdvo?
Pool of expert family law professionals who have experience in obtaining legal heir certificates.
Handholding at every step: From guiding you on the legal heir certificate procedure to filling and submitting the documents, we will get everything done for you
Dedicated case manager to provide you with timely updates
Payment is fixed in the beginning and you are not hassled by the lawyer later
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