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Vijai Bhargava

Posted 3 months ago

Can a beneficiary be appointed as executor in a will ?

A. HELLO SIR, ANY PERSON COMPETENT TO CONTRACT INCLUDING BENEFICIARY CAN BE APPOINTED. contact vidhikarya.com
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Amritha M

Posted 4 months ago

My mother just passed away. My mother has a FD in a bank with me being the nominee. Now I have 2 sisters and 1 brother who is asking for a share which I am not willing to share. Will I be eligible to take the complete amount???

A. you are entitle for the amount of F.D.from the bank unless some sister and brother goes to the court for the share and the bank receives bank order.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

I am from Mumbai & my aadhar card shows Mumbai address. My property (flats in apartment) is located at Mumbai & Gujarat Both places. Can I register my will at BHARUCH all all property across India.? What will be cost of registration complete process.? Do I need to approach sub-registrar office or somware else.? Will shall be in plan A4 paper or otherwise? legal green paper or stamp paper? Notary need to be done to will papers? I wish to give everything to my son who took care of my spouse & takes care of me but I have 2 doughters married & settled and I don't want then to claim in future to my son. Reasonable service expected Thanks KALPESH PRAVIN MODI

A. Your questions need personal discussions to bring more clarity.
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We are 7 brothers and I am the 5th one. My late mother has got a Will registered (in 2001) for her own cash and gold assets in her eldest son Jagadeesha’s (1st) unmarried and youngest Harinath’s (7th) married sons names. In 2016, Jagadeesha has died and we are not sure if he has written/ registered any will for the cash and gold that he has got in his name. Since he was unmarried, what happens to the assets (Cash and Gold) he has got from our mother? Can we (the other 5 bothers except Harinath {7th son}) claim that or if he has written any will for that, how do we get to know about that?

A. Yes all you claim late Jagadeesha's property. You all need to apply for and obtain Legal heirship or Succession Certificate first.
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Dear sir father and mother self owned property asked for partition , when asked they showed a will saying my mother has created a will saying that her property belongs to my brother daughters. my father and mother has expired. please advice

A. The property was made Khatha on the basis of WILL, you can get certified copy of the same and you can challenge the said Khatha and to file civil suit for cancellation of said alleged WILL and to give police complaint for the same before jurisdictional police station. All the best.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

My friend's mother had purchased some property but she want to give the property to her youngest child who is above 18 years but after her death. Please suggest what she can do

A. Dear Sir, She can execute a gift deed or release deed in favour of her youngest son.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Sir, I need to know on the will written in 1971 will be valid to fight for property rights for granddaughters. In Ancestors property will, it's written that, "the property to be enjoyed only the sons of my daughter". Now the grand daughters of the testator can claim the property rights by contesting the will?? Need your advice. Thanks.

A. Yes. You can contest the will, if you have copies of all relevant documents, better to consult a Property expert lawyer from the panel of Vidhikarya and protect your interest on all aspects of the property quickly.
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Devinder Salwan

Posted 5 months ago

Sir a will in favour of my aunty was probated in Canada and attested by Indian Embassy in Canada now she want to sell property in delhi,does she required again to probate in India or she can sell her property with will that probated in Canada D.Dalwan

A. No idea, please consult the proper person who dealt such issues.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

my grand father had 4 sons. but he divided his property to his 5 grand sons. by this way one son getting any property because he has only 3 married daughters.and one has only one son...left two have 2 sons each. 0+1+2+2 it is challenged by my one uncle having only one son.my second uncle and not alive who had only 3 daughters. is this legal wil.

A. Yes will can be challenged.Better to consult a property professional lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya for quick action.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

I am a 69 year old woman from Chennai. My husband passed away in Oct 2016, without writing a will. Presently I have two daughters, my eldest passed away in 1991, but has a 26 year old daughter. I have made legal heir succession certificates. The house and a piece of land that I own are still in my husband's name. Under the circumstances, can I write a will, so that there are no issues after my demise.

A. Dear Madam, First get heirship certificate and get the property transferred in your name then write a Will.
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