My father died without a will. He was an American citizen. My mother is still alive and she is also an American citizen. They have 4 living children, all of whom have reached the age of majority and 2 have died. The children are all U.S. citizens. My mother inherits 50% and the living children the remaining 50%. Both deceased children were married. Do their spouses contribute to the 50%? Hello, lawyer Francesco. I would like to ask what if there is no will of my aunt (deceased) and she has 2 adopted children. Will they inherit their property? And if so, how will they divide the property? And how will they transfer their name on the land title/property, if any? Salamat po! Parts of the estate of a deceased Filipino citizen cannot be freely alienated, as Philippine law reserves them for “compulsory heirs.” The same reservation does not necessarily apply to aliens subject to their national inheritance law.
However, if the Philippine court accepts a referral, the reserved, “reservational” or “legitimate” portions set forth in Philippine law will apply to aliens. What happens if the father dies and he has a surviving wife and 2 adult legitimate daughters, how will the law duplicate the condition of the degenerate father? (Characteristics are marital) First of all, it should be noted that the presence of mandatory heirs, apart from the surviving spouse, excludes all other legal heirs. The category of legal heirs is also influenced by the status of the testator, i.e. whether the testator is legitimate or illegitimate. Dear lawyer, My friend wants to sue for the judicial division of the property left to him by his deceased parents. The property is matrimonial. in the name of his father MARRIED to his mother as indicated in the title. However, before his parents` marriage, his father was a widower and had children with his first wife.
Is it necessary in the judicial chamber for her to include her father`s children in her first marriage? Thank you, lawyer. Any help is greatly appreciated. What if the deceased has NO children, the parents/grandparents are deceased but have 3 siblings, but there is a will that leaves all her property to others than siblings. In this case, there are no mandatory heirs, but has legal heirs (brothers and sisters), are all assets inherited by the people named in the will? Here is the order of succession if the deceased was a legitimate child: What if the property is a marital support and the surviving spouse did not give birth to children, the deceased has 4 children. Does the surviving spouse have the right to sell part of the accessory if the marital accessory and the ndi naliquidate Yung active in 6 months end after death without a will? And if the surviving spouse also died, how would the inheritance go? I would like to ask for your opinion on this situation. Can a child who was adopted at birth by a couple but who was not legally adopted inherit the property of the deceased parents? The child bears the surname and is now of age. Deceased parents could not leave a written will, but only orally. Hi Atty, how can we, the 12 heirs, inherit the real estate of our late father who died 34 years ago.
The testator only has tax returns in his name. The heirs have paid his actual taxes and are not in arrears, all paid in full by 2021. My mother`s property was inherited from my grandmother and the title is under my mother`s name by my father. My father has been separated from us for many, many years. We are 3 siblings – my sister and brother have already passed away and I am the only surviving child. I work on the payment of inheritance tax and I need to execute certain acts. My father is not interested in the property and is willing to sign a waiver. However, my question is whether my brother-in-law (legally married to my sister) and his adopted son, my nephew, have property rights? What is the legal share of my father and his 3 siblings and my uncle`s 5 illegitimate children? Salamat The illegitimate child has the right to contest the division of property. For both practical and legal reasons, this must be done fairly quickly after he learns of the estate settlement that excluded him. What if there are 5 siblings? 3 of them are still alive.
2 have already died. They have common property that they inherited from their deceased parents. 3 living siblings reached an amicable settlement of the estate with sale. Are the rightful descendants of 2 deceased siblings divided? We are six children of the late Juana Sabanto. Our older brother is from another father and we 5 are from another father.