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Share it equally between them. Usually provision to do this is made in a will.

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If you are the stepmother to 3 children who you and their father raised and he dies before you do you have to divide up marital property with the children?

It will depend on the will. If there is no will, the laws of intestacy will apply. In most cases, there are requirements that the children be provided for and the court will divide the estate between the parties, with the minors' share being put in trust.

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Can a parent will their home property to just one of their children?

Yes, of course. There is no reason why a parent must divide the property between more than one child - or even include all their children in the will at all, if the parent feels that one or more should be left out.

How do we divide father's property with sisters?

You might divide father's property with sisters by selling the property and dividing the money equally between the siblings. You could also ask each sister what they would like to have from the father's property.

How do you make a sentence with jealous?

Children are jealous because Parents did not divide to property same each others.

In this sentence are all the pronouns correct be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between he and i?

No. It should be "he and me."

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If the natural father and they leave no will does the property go to the natural children?

If aman dies, his property normally goes to his spouse. If he has children from a previous marriage, the property is typically split between the current spouse and the children (natural or adopted), half going to the spouse and the other half being divided between the children. Consult a probateattorney in the appropriate state for specifics in that state.

What is the answer on how do you divide 13 apples between 14 children?

13 apples divided by 14 children will give them 0.9285714 of an apple each.

When a spouse dies with property that she inherited in Texas does that property convey to the surviving spouse or her children if her will is not probated?

If there is no will, the property will be distributed per the state's intestacy laws. In Texas, the property is given to the surviving spouse under the community property laws. If the children are not the survivor's, then the property is split between the surviving spouse and the children. If they are minors, it will be placed into trust.

Are the pronouns used correctly in this sentence Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between he and you?

No, the pronoun 'he' is used as an object of the preposition 'between'. The objective form is 'him'. It is also more polite to use the pronoun 'you', the word for the person you are speaking to, before the word for a third person; for example:Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between you and him.

Which divorce papers do you use if you live in Nevada and your wife lives in California you have no property to divide?

If there are children of the marriage, it's best to file where the children are located. If there are no children, you should file in whatever state you last resided together.

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