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cut off

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prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting

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Applying the Bell analysis, the court concluded that the testator had valid and rational reasons for disinheriting the claimant, basically because he had chosen to abandon the family and live a morally unacceptable life.
Kottman's provocative study Tragic Conditions in Shakespeare: Disinheriting the Globe comes from Geffrey Whitney's 1586 book of emblems.
From a drafting standpoint, a contingent beneficiary would have been critical in Anna Nicole's case because her will devoted so much language to disinheriting everyone.
He said he intended leaving everything to Judith in his will, which Hunter saw as disinheriting their son and daughter.
writes Anthony's father in a letter explaining why he is disinheriting him.
Conditional inheritance works well, too, for children you have come dangerously close to disinheriting altogether.