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General In formation

If the deceased was Filipino, then Filipino law decides how and to whom properties are given. If the deceased was foreign, then foreign law operates. The deceased's citizenship is very important in understanding how to settle the estate.
You'll need to settle the estate in the city/municipality where the deceased permenently lived when he passed away. Your case can be delayed or dismissed otherwise.
You'll need the date of death to know which estate tax law will be followed to compute total estate taxes.
You'll go through a different process to settle an estate if the deceased had a will.
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