Do grandchildren have any rights after their grandparent's death?

Question Details: My grandfather took ownership of the house after his parents died. He then married my grandmother for 35 some years. I am 30. He died with no Will surprisingly. My grandmother recently died also with no Will. Her sisters are trying to take ownership, etc. Do they have the right? My mom, my uncle and the grand kids of my grandfather. Do we have legal rights? My grandmother is still on the house with my grandfather. What do we do?

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