Third Book of the Turkish Civil Code is called the Inheritance Law. The articles related to the Inheritance Law take place between the articles 495 to 682 of the Civil Code.
There are two types of heirdom according to Turkish Civil Law.  One is statutory the other is based on the will of the deceased such as testaments.
The Turkish Law describes the statutory inheritors as the heirs relative by blood, spouse and adopted children.  
In Turkish society most of the disputes between the families are derived from the partition of the inherited property.
Because these cases have the complex form, we suggest to appoint a specialised lawyer in these cases so as to receive the hereditary shares.