disinherit


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cut off

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prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting

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In British Columbia, it is possible for a parent to disinherit an adult independent child.
Individuals wanting to disinherit their spouse would circumvent the law by transferring real property prior to death or converting real property to personal property, thus leaving nothing to the spouse.
Then Anna Nicole's will would not only disinherit future born children but would name an alternate beneficiary to the future born children.
Brashier's compassion and concern for families is evident throughout the book, but nowhere more so than in his chapter on children were he condemns the ability of parents to completely disinherit their children, calling such parents "moral villains.
And while all legal systems protect the near relatives of the deceased who tries to disinherit them, they do so in different ways.
It does not make sense to assist clients with accumulating significant assets only to have them die and significantly disinherit their children because 50% of the estate will go to the IRS.
I will strike them with the pestilence and disinherit them.
Almost all consulting clients we work with have two common objectives: (1) keep control of their business and other asset for as long as they live; and (2) disinherit the IRS.
Remember that a community spouse cannot generally disinherit an institutionalized spouse because a legal living spouse is entitled to a 1/3 interest in the deceased spouse's estate.
She married the leader of Bryennium, Nicephorus Bryennius (1097), and joined her mother, the empress Irene, in a vain effort to persuade her father, during his last illness, to disinherit his son, John II Comnenus, in favor of Nicephorus.
A revocable trust may be appropriate when an individual wishes to quietly disinherit a particular family member.
Novelist, short-story writer, and society heiress, whose multimillionaire Catholic father threatened to disinherit her because she intended to marry <IR> IRVING BERLIN </IR> , an Orthodox Jew.
A gentleman named Morose has resolved to disinherit his nephew, Sir Dauphine, by marrying and producing an heir.
Lawyers' advert "I don't think Jimmy, given his background as a socialist MP, would disinherit him.
113) More recent cases applying negative will statutes in Colorado and Nevada have now taken that approach, enforcing negative wills that operated to disinherit all heirs apart from named beneficiaries.