Adopted and biological children have equal rights to their father’s estate if there is no Will
With a Will, the testator can bequeath his entire estate as per his wishes and absolute discretion
My parents have an adopted son and I, their daughter, am their only biological child. My father has passed away, and in his Will, he left me 80% of the property. The remaining 20% of the property has been shared equally between my mother and my adopted brother. Can my adopted brother challenge my father’s Will since he has not been given an equal share?