If my dad got remarried and he passed away as his child do I have any rights to his assets. Are do his wife have all right. He didn't have a will.
With no will you likely have rights to some of his assets. You mention he remarried, what rights you have depends on how long he was married.
You didn't mention how big your dad's estate was. If it was modest (net value of $100K or less) you can do a small estate claim. If it's more, you'll like need to do a full probate. You'll do one of these two processes so that you can get proper title to the property.
You should call a lawyer. It will help determine your best course of action.
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