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Smart Legal Solutions

Smart Legal Solutions

Bangkok, Thailand

Founded in 2016
9 people in their team
We are experts assisting foreign clients to conduct their business and protect their investment in Thailand.Since one of the main concerns of foreign...
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Legal guides written by Smart Legal Solutions:

  • Main Legal Measures to Protect Foreign Investment in Thailand
  • Legal Protection of Foreign Investment in Thailand
  • The importance of the geographical indications for the Thai economy
Lagmay Olavere Rae Dino Law Office

Lagmay Olavere Rae Dino Law Office

Manila, Philippines

Founded in 2012
20 people in their team
ABOUT OUR LAW FIRMFounded in 2012, LORD LAW emerged as a result of skillfully merging our expertise and experience to establish a reputable...
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Adroit Law LLP

Adroit Law LLP

Nairobi, Kenya

Free Consultation: 15 mins


Founded in 2021
7 people in their team
Empowering Solutions: A Premier Female-Owned Boutique Law FirmWelcome to our distinguished female-owned boutique law firm, where excellence in...
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Swahili
Ombogo & Company Advocates

Ombogo & Company Advocates

Nairobi, Kenya

Founded in 2016
5 people in their team
About UsOmbogo & Company Advocates is steadfast in its commitment to offering superior legal services that cater to the unique requirements of...
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Swahili
GPS Legal

GPS Legal

Bangkok, Thailand

Free Consultation: 15 mins


Founded in 2014
12 people in their team
We are GPS Legal, a full-service law firm providing legal counsel to resident and overseas individuals, local and regional SME’s, and global...
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Thai

Legal guides written by GPS Legal:

  • Land Ownership in Thailand: Title Deeds
  • Thailand’s SMART Visa program: What you should know
  • Estate planning goes beyond wills
OLM Law Advocates LLP

OLM Law Advocates LLP

Nairobi, Kenya

Free Consultation: 15 mins


Founded in 2021
10 people in their team
OLM Law Advocates LLP stands as a renowned full-service law firm firmly established in Nairobi, Kenya. We have carved a niche in the legal sector,...
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Law Office of Charles and Associates

Law Office of Charles and Associates

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis

Founded in 2012
6 people in their team
Charles & Associates is a full-service law firm that has offices in Valsayn, Trinidad and Tobago as well as Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis....
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SWISS LAW INTERNATIONAL

SWISS LAW INTERNATIONAL

Zurich, Switzerland

Founded in 1993
50 people in their team
Welcome to our site!We are your experts in foreign law and immigration and present you directly here with a variety of interesting services. This...
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Lafs Legal

Lafs Legal

Bangkok, Thailand

Free Consultation: 30 mins


Founded in 2022
10 people in their team
About Us: LAFS Legal, situated in the heart of Bangkok, stands as a distinguished boutique law firm that epitomizes dedication and precision. We...
Thai
English
Russian
BPV Legal Tax and IP Attorney Democratic Republic of CONGO

BPV Legal Tax and IP Attorney Democratic Republic of CONGO

Kinshasa, DR Congo

Founded in 2003
25 people in their team
Expert Legal, Tax & Intellectual Property Solutions in DRC | BPV Legal Tax & IP Law About UsBPV Legal Tax & IP Law Firm, founded by...
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Good morning,You provide very limited facts, however:If your father was married to the other woman in community of property, she in any event receives 50% of everything.If your father left a will, she will still get the 50% and the remaining 50% will be divided according to the will.If your father did not leave a will, he died intestate. His wife will then get most of the estate if not everything.
Can a lawyer who drafted a will be called to be a witness.
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According the Greek Civil Code, there are two systems of succession, testamentary and intestate succession. Intestate succession includes only in bolld relatives, which means that without a last will legally validated sons in law cannot become heirs after their father in law passes away. 

Will and Testament

Will and Testament refer to a legal document in which a testator states how their estate will be distributed to their chosen beneficiaries upon death. It dictates the action of the executor regarding the possession of the deceased. Whether to pass them to a relative, a group or donate them to charity while also controlling what happens to other things that the deceased held responsible for, such as custody of dependents and management of accounts and financial interests. 

A will and testament would be written by the estate owner before their passing. They need to name a living “executor” who is familiar with the law and one or more “beneficiaries.”  The related authority probate court normally supervises the will to ensure the document’s legitimacy. 

The content of the will and testament can differ depending on the jurisdiction, state law, and countries which may all have dissimilar requirements.  

Will and Testament Lawyer

While a will does not need to be written by a lawyer, it is recommended to get assistance from a lawyer who then can educate the testator on the necessary legal aspect and any essential details. In the end, having support from a will and testament lawyer would help avoid any technical or legal mistakes one might cause.

 

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