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Will format

Husband and wife are joint owners of 5 immovable properties and they want that in case of death of one other one should become sole owner and on that others' death it should devolve in some specified manner/share to their children. So whether both husband and wife should write separe wills or there is no need at present to write the will and after the death of one the other should write it?? what would happen in case both die simultaneously or in gap of 1-2 days??? 


 3 Replies

Ashutosh Bhardwaj (Self)     15 April 2012

you can write it in either way i.e.:

1. when both are alive

2. After the death of one out of two,

But in any case will's applicability will be after death of the person who writes it.

Note: you can change it any time and in any way you want.

Ashutosh Bhardwaj (Self)     15 April 2012

This your self occupied property... it is presumed 

Navaneetha Krishnan (Junior lawyer)     17 April 2012

It is the right time to right a will at this stage by both the parents..... if one dies then his legal heirs has the right to claim in the property and the other person can write a will to his portion only.....

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