Heirs (except as controlled by A.R.S. section 14-2711) means persons, including the surviving spouse and the state, who are entitled under the statutes of intestate succession to the property of a decedent.
Those persons who are entitled under the statutes of intestate succession to the property of a decedent. Holographic Will: A will in which the signature and material provisions are in the handwriting of the testator, and which needs not be witnessed.
can come in various forms. The heir general is one who succeeds to both the heritable and moveable property of a deceased person, who also happens to be that person's heir at law and heir by normal course of succession (his heir of line); the heir of provision on the other hand, is one who succeeds by virtue of the terms of a settlement or some express provision; "heir special" refers to the right of an heir to receive infeftment in particular lands, and heirs portioners are women who succeed jointly to heritable property; see also apparent heir heirship moveables certain moveable goods (generally the best) belonging to the deceased, to which the heir in heritage was entitled by law
Those persons who would inherit the estate of a decedent if there were no Will under the rules of descent and distribution. "Heir" does not mean the same thing as "beneficiary", although an heir may also be a beneficiary.
Those persons who are entitled under the statutes of intestate succession to the property of a decedent. Incidents of Ownership Rights applying to ownership interest in an insurance policy. These include the right to change a beneficiary, to borrow on a policy, to change premium modes, and so on.