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    #11
    may kilala din akong ganyan buhay pa ang parents pinag-aawayan na ang mga ari-arian kaya ginawa ni parents hinati-hati na after ilang months parang taong grasa na yung isa nabenta lahat yung manang bukid pati yung 2 doors na apartment sa kasusugal wala pa silang trabahong mag-asawa.

    yung dapat mana naming magkakapatid na lalaki (bahay at lupa) ibinigay lahat namin sa kapatid naming babae rason naman namin wala siyang titirhan pagtanda niya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syuryuken View Post
    yung dapat mana naming magkakapatid na lalaki (bahay at lupa) ibinigay lahat namin sa kapatid naming babae rason naman namin wala siyang titirhan pagtanda niya.
    Sana ganito lahat ng magkakapamilya

    May kilala din ako na hindi na humati sa mana yung mga kapatid kasi siya naman nag-alaga sa nanay nila. The daughter quit her job and was hands-on with her mother until she passed away. Pa consuelo ng mga kapatid, lahat ng mana sa kapatid na nag alaga na binigay.

    Children should always go through life thinking that they will have no inheritance. May iba kasi nagiintay na lang ng mana e

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    I think it's a standard na bigay talaga house sa girl na anak.

    Well ganon samin. Reason is mas dehado girl kung sakali may saltik maging asawa.

    Boys should be able to provide for his future or present family.

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    #14
    Legally, one can disinherit someone provided it's within reason like vices, drugs, etc.

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    of course your children have the right to demand their share of inheritance while you're still alive.
    just as you have the right to simply say, "No!". and that's the end of it. and you don't have to explain yourself, either. no court in the land will decide against you.

    when my father died, he died poor. napag-hatian na legally ang lahat before he passed on.. walang away-away.
    'twas a perfect going-away gift for us...
    Last edited by dr. d; September 3rd, 2014 at 07:29 PM.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    sometimes greed and inggit.. ganyan nangyayari sa magkakapatid..

    kaya minsan maganda din na buhay pa magulang hati hatiin na.. para wala na angal ang mga magkakapatid.. pag patay na kasi parents... dyan nagkakagulo..
    Naku yan lagi sinasabi ko sa nanay ko. Ayusin na lahat ng lupa niya kasi silang magkakapatid parang verbal pa lang amb agreement. Tapos wala djn kaming idea kung anu ano ang meron siya.

    Ni-try niya ibenta yung isa. Ni consult pa kami pero sabi ko kahit anu gawin niya dun sa lupa niya ok lang kasi kanya yun.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Syuryuken View Post

    yung dapat mana naming magkakapatid na lalaki (bahay at lupa) ibinigay lahat namin sa kapatid naming babae rason naman namin wala siyang titirhan pagtanda niya.
    Same here syur, sa kapatid kong babae lahat. Ako nagpatayo ng bahay ng parents ko sa quezon city pero sinabi ko na sa lahat na sa sister ko yun, pati na yung lot at farm land sa province.

    In answer to the ts, NO, walang rights mag demand ang child from the parents, patay man o buhay. Pwede pa nga hindi ma-include sa hatian kung may will. In fact pwedeng ibigay ng parents lahat to charity or whoever they want to other than their children. Children should never expect to inherit anything from their parents.

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    parents can do what they will to the properties, for as long as they are alive. but once they die, all properties up for inheritance shall be divided among the heirs:
    children and surviving spouse get half, to be divided equally among them; and the surviving spouse get the other half.
    recognized illegitimate children get half of what a legitimate child gets. un-recognized ones get nothing.
    kabits get nothing.

    if the division is in-equitable as is described above, there must be written justification in the will. if none, then those who feel short-changed can go to court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    parents can do what they will to the properties, for as long as they are alive. but once they die, all properties up for inheritance shall be divided among the heirs:
    children and surviving spouse get half, to be divided equally among them; and the surviving spouse get the other half.
    recognized illegitimate children get half of what a legitimate child gets. un-recognized ones get nothing.
    kabits get nothing.

    if the division is in-equitable as is described above, there must be written justification in the will. if none, then those who feel short-changed can go to court.
    This is exactly the correct legal answer to this question.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by [archie] View Post
    I think it's a standard na bigay talaga house sa girl na anak.

    Well ganon samin. Reason is mas dehado girl kung sakali may saltik maging asawa.

    Boys should be able to provide for his future or present family.
    The ethnic chinese, being patriarchal customary gives the house and other real estate properties to their sons only. The sons should be given a head start and be able to provide to his family while the daughter gets nothing since the husband should provide for his wife and children

    Regarding the topic, i have a close friend a scion of a retail Tsinoy tycoon whose real estate properties where distributed equally to sons and daughter a few months before the mother succumbed to cancer. Nothing was left in the dad's name. Reason: the mother feared that the father would squander everything so she took the risk of dividing everything to their children. Yung tatay naman ngayon yung minsan humihingi ng pera sa mga anak hehehe....

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