In case of any conflict after testator’s death, Will takes precedence over any nomination3 min read . Updated: 24 Sep 2019, 10:26 PM IST
- Where as a validly executed Will is generally the document considered to contain the intention and the wishes of the deceased testator
- Both your son, as a son of a pre-deceased son, and her 2nd husband would be entitled to a share in the new property under the provisions of the Hindu Succession Act
I am 26 years old and I want to allocate my assets to my two sons in equal proportion when they turn 27 with the following conditions: If anything happens to one of them before turning 27, his share should go to the other living son. If both die before 27 years, then the money should go to an NGO working for girl children. There is nomination facility in certain funds like savings account, insurance and pension funds. Can the conditions be applied to these investments too?
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