Astrid 14 Mar 2019 #1I have two questions about Inheritance Law in Poland, and the legal rights of a grown grandchild.My husband's grandfather (father of his father) died some years ago. The grandfather was in his second marriage since my husband's grandmother died as a young woman. My husbands father also died young, and there were no other siblings. My husbands mother left Poland, married a Swede and my husband has lived here since he was 10 years. He never thought about inheriting his grandfather, but we were offended when we were informed about the funeral so late that it was impossible for us to come there. We had a good relationship with his grandfather and had visited him and his new wife several times. When my husband called her to bring his condolences she said that she did not want anymore contact with us now that her husband was dead. We thought she just was in shock, but later I said to my husband that there probably had been a testament, and that she and some of the other relatives did not want my husband to inherit anything since he was living abroad. We could understand that. We did not care about the money since we have our own money, but I was sure that his grandfather would have wanted him to inherit something with a sentimental value, fex. the weddingring from his first marriage, a photo, or a book etc.Today I was surprised to read about the rules of Swedish Inheritance Law. I dont know anything about Polish Inheritance Law, but1) did actually my husband have legal rights to inherit something from his grandfather, even though he did not live in Poland anymore?2) did also his mother have right to inherit something from the father of her dead husband even though she is married again abroad (in my opinion that does not make any sense since she re-married and never had contact with her first father in law and his new wife again)?