Were you Supported by the Deceased Financially?

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Who is a Dependant?

A dependant is a parent, child, spouse or sibling of the deceased, to whom the deceased had been providing support (financially, physically/moral support) immediately before their death or was legally bound (e.g., child support) to provide support, as per Part 5 of the Succession Law Reform Act (SLRA).

Please note, married spouses have different rights. If you are a married spouse, click here.

If you are a common-law spouses, parent, child, sibling, or disabled individual, click here.

Are you a dependent of the estate (1080 × 1350 px)-3



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