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I am separated from my husband, my father is 85 years old,

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I am separated from my husband, my father is 85 years old, will my husband be entitled to half my inheritence upon my fathers death
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Solicitor: Thomas Judge, Solicitor Advocate replied 2 years ago
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Have you divorced? How long have you been separated?
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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Not divorced, been separated for 6 months was married for 11 years
Solicitor: Thomas Judge, Solicitor Advocate replied 2 years ago
The starting point would be that you need to get divorced. Whilst you remain married the assets of any inheritance (should your father die before the divorce) would potentially go into the pot of assets. As such your husband would on any distribution of the assets seek his share. Otherwise if your father lives and you get divorced sooner rather than later then it would not usually be the case that the assets would fall within the pot.
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Solicitor: Clare, Solicitor replied 2 years ago
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My name is ***** ***** I will do my best to help you.
As a reassurance since you are already separated were your father to pass away there is no question of your ex automatically being entitled to a share of your inheritance.
The only risk to the funds would be if there were insufficient assets available otherwise to meet your ex's reasonable needs (likely to be modest given the length of your marriage and your likely ages) - otherwise the only effect would be that having these funds available would make it less likely that you would receive more than 50% of the matrimonial assets
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Solicitor: Thomas Judge, Solicitor Advocate replied 2 years ago
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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
There would be no assets in the marriage, we rented the property we lived in and I left the home with only my personal belongings leaving him with the car, furniture, etc. throughout our marriage I was the only one working and contributing to the household. I now have a job with very low pay and as far as I am aware he is not working.
Solicitor: Thomas Judge, Solicitor Advocate replied 2 years ago
So he might attempt to advance a claim for support for his reasonable needs. The advice remains to divorce sooner rather than later.
I would be happy to help further.
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