Understanding curatorship: The short answer is yes, provided that someone is appointed as a curator to do so.
The formalities of a valid will. A will refers to a legal document that outlines the distribution of your assets and the care of minor children in the event of your death. In the event that you die without a will or die without a valid will, the distribution of your assets will be governed by the laws of intestate succession.
A USUFRUCT can be described as a legal right which is given by an owner or prospective owner of property to someone else (known as the “usufructuary”) who is not the owner or prospective owner of that same property.
There are few things in life that are certain, however, death is a certainty and especially in the time we find ourselves in during the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The mourning process of the passing of beloved family and friends is a long and emotionally draining one and may be aggravated by the challenge of winding up a loved one’s estate.
knowledge of these costs and how to handle them are important to those left with the task of administering your deceased estate.