If there is no will, then the estate will be distributed according to the rules for "intestate succession"--who gets what when there is no will. What you need to do is prove that you fall under those rules and so should inherit. That may mean, for example, proving your relationship (e.g. by birth certificates; by having relatives come and testify as to how you are related; etc.) in order to qualify.
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