Sometimes you only find out as an heir that large sums of money have disappeared from your parents' bank account. In this blog I discuss the possibility of the heirs to recover that money with the tort as the legal basis. In principle no account and justification Now that the elderly continue to live on their own for longer and at a higher age, we see an increase in the use of informal care in [...]
You are always entitled to part of the inheritance if you are disinherited through a will. The portion you are entitled to is called the legitimate portion. Inheritance lawyer Diederik Ruys explains what you can do if you are faced with a disinheritance.
A home may be jointly owned, for example, in a marriage or in cohabitants who each own half. If the relationship breaks up or a divorce is filed, one party may have an interest in selling (because of the proceeds) and the other may have an interest in delaying the sale. How is this regulated by law?