Asked by Johan on 11-05-2021 14:20:50
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Northern Cape
My mother was married for 25 year. Her husband died without a will. Our lawyer draw-up a the division according to the law. The total estate is worth +/- R850 000.00 My mother will get 50% of the estate and R250 000. form his side and his 7 adult children will receive the rest. We have agreed with the lawyer that we only want the house and that his 7 children may get the family plot and all the farming equipment. My mother is 78 year old and the children don't want to sign the agreement. Can my mother go to court and force the students to sign the agreement?
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 16-05-2021 23:16:24
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So the house and the family plot together equal R850k?
Who is the executor?
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