i need legal advice po on a family matter.
sana po may makabigay ng payo sa akin kung ano po ang dapat kong gawin.
thank you po in advance!
bukas ko po i-post ang problema ko.
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LandOwner12 wrote:cge lang,, ano na,, na excite na c idol
Genoveva Saloma Ramirez wrote:raheemerick wrote:hahaha pa surprise pa si aling salome hahaha!!!:p
nakaka excite tuloy hahaha!!
hehehe! medjo mahabang usapan po eto. patience is a virtue po. hehehe!
LandOwner12 wrote:hello, kakalog ko lang uli,,
andyan ka pa ba?
upon the death of ur mother, you have the right of the properties.
1. inheritance- i assume walang last will ang mama mo, since sa filipino culture, tatay lang ang meron last will,
but legally, all congugal properties, hati ang mama at papa mo,
when ur mother child, 1/2 will be for your father, 1/2 of 1/2(mother share) will belong to you, the remaining 1/4 will be for your father.
if ur father died without any other heir, his 3/4 will all yours.... if di nya ibenta..
right now, 1/4 sa yo n yon, kahit ano gawin mo wala n cya paki..
2. family house, as part of this house belongs to you, he can not sell it without your approval,
besides, this is family house, and you death of your mother will not diminish this fact,
it can not be sold without ur consent (article 223 onwards of NCC).
LandOwner12 wrote:nga pala, regarding dis-inherit..
eto mga grounds para maging legal ang dis-inheritance.
article 919 of New civil code..
 When a child or descendant has been found guilty of an attempt against the life of the testator, his or her own spouse, descendants or ascendants;
 When a child or descendant has accused the testator of a crime for which the law prescribes imprisonment for six years or more, if the accusation groundless;
 When a child or descendant has been convicted of adultery or concubinage with the spouse of the testator;
 When a child or descendant by fraud, violence, intimidation or undue influence causes the testator to make a will or to change one already made;
 A refusal without justifiable cause to support the parent or ascendant who disinherits such child or descendant;
 Maltreatment of the testator by word or deed, by the child or descendant;
 When a child or descendant leads a dishonorable or disgraceful life;
 Conviction of a crime with the penalty of civil interdiction.
regarding, sa will, di rin pwede na wala ka sa will,
pwede konti share mo, pero kung di namention, pwede icontest..
Art. 854. The preterition or omission of one, some, or all of the compulsory heirs in the direct line, whether living at the time of the execution of the will or born after the death of the testator, shall annul the institution of heir; but the devises and legacies shall be valid insofar as they are not inofficious.
If the omitted compulsory heirs should die before the testator, the institution shall be effectual, without prejudice to the right of representation.
Art. 855. The share of a child or descendant omitted in a will must first be taken from the part of the estate not disposed of by the will, if any; if that is not sufficient, so much as may be necessary must be taken proportionally from the shares of the other compulsory heirs.
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