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This regards Goa Inheritance matters. My three siblings and I have been advised that we stand to inherit a portion of some of our maternal grandparents properties situated in Goa. Our deceased mother's share was approximately 16.8% after deducting expenses etc. Our total share will be approximately half of her share or 8.4% . I am thinking that since our mother is deceased her full share should be inherited by her children. Is this in line with the law of succession applicable in Goa? Thanks
 
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1. Property standing in name of Mother shall be claimable by:
Husband & "ALL" children in EQUAL proportions, without any exceptions.  IF her husband is deceased, THEN only her children.

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I agree with the advice of the learned expert Mr. Hemanth Agrwal Sir.

 
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Originally posted by : Godfrey Braganza
This regards Goa Inheritance matters. My three siblings and I have been advised that we stand to inherit a portion of some of our maternal grandparents properties situated in Goa. Our deceased mother's share was approximately 16.8% after deducting expenses etc. Our total share will be approximately half of her share or 8.4% . I am thinking that since our mother is deceased her full share should be inherited by her children. Is this in line with the law of succession applicable in Goa? Thanks

Inheritance and succession is different in all major religions, especially in Goa.

Contact, consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for proper appreciation of facts/ documents and professional advise.

 
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Who gets the other 8.4%?

 
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Thanks for all the responses. In summary and hopefully to clarify further, the matter will be pursued with the help of a lawyer. However the share schedule sent to us by the representative handling the matter indicates that only 50% mother's share (16.8% x 0.5 = 8.4%)  - both our parents are deceased - will be shared by all her children. This is the bone of contention and before we give our consent to the proceedings going ahead I needed to know whether we were being short-changed and it appears we were. We will therefore ask for the full 16.8% to be apportioned to all of us.

 
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