as far as I'm concerned, for my demented mother has signed a power of attorney or a last will and testament. How can I find out if there is any such document? She has no idea.
It's not as easy as it is in Sweden, there is no central record of establishing the will, as it is in other countries.
on the other hand, there are private actors who can provide storage services for important documents, such as wills or contracts don't go away. You will have to look and find out who's available in the market, and you can contact them if they have a will, which your mother has written - but only after her death. Förvararna also tend to be linked to the population register so that they can be aware if someone has passed away and will hear the designated part of the family.
If you don't want to work for a private sector entity, for the storage, it is important that you save the originaltestamentet in a bank safe deposit box (if your bank is still offering it), in a private safe or other suitable place. Give, and give a copy to a loved one with an inscription of where it is.
If there is a valid power of attorney, so she must have been talking to the ofcer responsible, in conjunction with the establishment of such a system.
I have written a will, and had our signatures witnessed. One of them is now dead, and I'm wondering, it it still or must be testament to be seen again?
and, Yes, testament, the relation of it was drawn up in accordance with the requirements of form, which was, at the time of the signing.
I am married to a man who has two children from his previous marriage and we have a common son of god. I am the owner of the entire house, and I want our son to inherit it all behind me and write it into a will of the deceased. But what about the särkullbarnen if I have to die first?
If you have to die first, so let it be done to a property in which your spouse is, as a rule, receive one-half of the estate. In the second half, the share of the inheritance passes to your spouse free of such rights, and shall be the shared son of god. A free right of disposal means that he is not allowed to provide any power to dispose of the share, but otherwise, he can do whatever he wants with it.
do you Want anything else, you need to write a will, and, where appropriate, a pre-nuptial agreement if you want to make sure that the building is private property and is not to be included in the division of property.
I am a widower, and we are childless and have been writing wills for the sake of a few nieces and nephews.
However, I have heard from parents, siblings, and nieces and nephews are entitled to a reserved portion in the event that's not going to be left off. My wife had four brothers and sisters, and we don't want them or their children to do something. What's at stake?
It's only direct heirs entitled to the reserved portion. Descendants would be your children, your children and their children's descendants. Brothers and sisters, and nieces and nephews are not included.
my wife and I have children as well as their own children. When we got married, a prenuptial agreement, if the individual's estate ”should remain in and went to the home in the future.”
we Need to write a will in order that our own children from previous relationships will inherit from us?
no, No, you don't need to write a will in favour of it. When any one of you to die to your so called someone else to inherit directly, and for your common children will have to wait until both of you are dead. Of the share, the surviving spouse, with the free right of use. The marriage contract means that you do not have a husband and wife in each other's assets and property shall be established in the event of divorce or death.
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