division of estates

First: The division of the estate of the deceased must be preceded by some procedures related to the release of some rights related to the property of the estate, such as zakat. Belongings that prevent the division of the estate. As for supplies for preparing the deceased and paying off his debts, they must also be taken out before the division begins. Second: The inheritance is divided among the heirs by mutual consent or through the court, and the heirs are of two types. A): The owners of the hypotheses: They are those who have a specific right in the estate, such as two-thirds, one-half, one-eighth, and the like. b): the clan or the clan: they are those who were not estimated by the law to a limited amount, but perhaps one of them took all the money of the estate or fell from the inheritance so they do not inherit anything Example: A man died and left a wife with whom he had four sons and three daughters The division of this estate was as follows: A) The wife has one-eighth due to the presence of the inheriting offspring. Allah, the Most High, said ((If you had a child, then they will have the eighth of what you left)) b) And what is left is divided among the boys and girls, for the male is equal to the share of two females.

Imprint Ethar Company guides you to the correct division of estates and others, such as:

  • liquidation and division of estates. Dealing with the diversity of the estate's assets, including real estate, shares and cash, according to the best implementation options in order to achieve the interests of our clients.
  • Distribution of wealth among the heirs according to the best successful practices and in proportion to the nature of the assets and the family relationship between the heirs.
  • Choosing the best legal frameworks in the event of collecting some of the estate funds according to fair governance rules that ensure fair distribution.