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Can I use my grandson as an heir?

As a Grandfather interested in me, if I could bequeath my assets to my grandchildren instead of my children. it was only when their children agree with it.

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Can I use my grandson as an heir?

As a Grandfather interested in me, if I could bequeath my assets to my grandchildren instead of my children.

it was only when their children agree with it.

children and grandchildren belong to the inheritance, though of the same tribe. Within a tribe the Supreme Generation inherits but first. Specifically: Their Children. This part at least have a claim to a duty, he is three-fourths of the statutory portion of the inheritance.

your children could voluntarily renounce to the benefit of the grandchildren: So, you would have the possibility of grandchildren as heirs. For the waiver it needs to be a contract of inheritance, the public attest to.

Without a waiver of your children, you can leave to the grandchildren just as much as, after deduction of the compulsory part of their children is left a quarter.

Andrea Fischer answered your questions to the employment law, consumer law, social security law and family law. Send them to geldundrecht@tamedia.ch (editor-in-Tamedia)

Created: 08.07.2019, 15:47 PM

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