Are siblings entitled to inherit now, are you?

Until now, I'm not assumed that siblings belong to the compulsory part of the heirs. Now I have read that brothers and sisters are also entitled to inherit, fo

Are siblings entitled to inherit now, are you?

Until now, I'm not assumed that siblings belong to the compulsory part of the heirs. Now I have read that brothers and sisters are also entitled to inherit, for example, if the testator has no children and in cohabiting lives. What's wrong now?

Both is correct. Siblings belong to the legal heir, you have no claim to a duty.

Only a small part of the legal heirs is also protected to a compulsory portion. In the first line are the descendants of the deceased Person. Also, the surviving husband or registered partner count, as well as the parents. Who leaves to a compulsory portion to inherit, can not have therefore completely free on his estate, but most of the part in excess of the mandatory parts.

the Deceased without obligation part, the heirs can decide what you want to happen after your death your assets. To do this, it needs a last will and Testament. It does not exist, it is according to the law. Then brothers and sisters can come in.

Andrea Fischer answered your questions to the employment law, consumer law, social security law and family law. Send them to geldundrecht@tamedia.ch

Created: 09.03.2020, 00:15 a.m.

Updated Date: 09 March 2020, 04:00

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