Children inherit in equal parts, half of their father’s or mother’s assets, if the parents are married at the time of death. The other half goes to the surviving spouse. Children inherit in equal parts the total wealth of their father’s or mother’s, if the parents are not married at the time of death. If the children are dead, it is the grandchildren who inherit in equal shares the fortune that their deceased parents would have inherited. The surviving married spouse inherits all of the deceased person’s fortune, if they have no children. People without children and without spouse can leave their fortunes by will to whoever they want (the form is obtained in Aiden offices). Without testament the fortune of the deceased person goes to the State.