Cad123 8 Jan 2017 #1I'm a Canadians citizen and my wife is Polish. We have a 5 year old daughter born in Canada. We live in Canada. In 2016 we were made aware that an aunt (whom non of us know)of my wife died in 2014 and that the aunts children grandchildren and great grandchildren rejected the estate. My wife also rejected the estate when we were in Poland for a visit. We also requested the court to grant us the authority to act on behalf of our daughter to reject the estate.We recently received a letter from the court in Warsaw requesting us to appear in the court as well as provide evidence that the estate of the deceased aunt had more debts than assets. We do not have ability to obtain this evidence as the children of the deceased either does not have the list of debts or they do not want to share it with my Mother in law who lives in Poland. The Warsaw court is also asking my mother in asking our address in Canada.I don't speak read or understand Polish.In Canadian law the debt of dead relatives are not transferred to relatives. I also asked the Courts not to contact me when we asked permission to act for my daughter.My questions are1. Do we need to go to Poland? We cant just drop everything here and fly to Poland.2. What happens if we do not show up in court?3. Do I need to give our Canadian address?4. If the court does not give us permission to act for our daughter does it mean she is now liable?5. Will the creditors harass us in Canada? This is a 5 year old who barely reads English and does not understand polish at all.CommentsThere would be thousands of Poles in Canada who would have had dead relatives in Poland who would have debts. Would all Canadian Poles need to reject the debts or their ancestors?We really would appreciate your help.