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Well, it is more of a generic question. If a person dies and the will leaves a certain amount for the spouse and children (whom are all above 30) and it is perceived that they didn't leave a sufficient amount for an individual be it the spouse or child, who has a legal right to challenge the distribution of the will ? and on what grounds ?
That's great. Is there a rule of thumb ? say a husband died leaving a wife and five children.
Is there a percentage split which would be considered reasonable ? I know that answer would depend on the size of the estate but if you can work on the basis of it being enough to cater for all of their needs
my question is about the rights of a term cohabiting