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What information does a forced heir receive?

5 February 2024

What information does a forced heir receive?

A forced heir needs information to calculate their statutory share. They are entitled to inspect and take copies of all documents they need to calculate their statutory share. What is the extent of this right?

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Dutch international succession law

9 October 2023

Dutch international succession law: be wise and be informed

It is wise during life to think about what you want to happen to your assets after death. This is perhaps even more true for expats.

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1 February 2023

Will the Baby BV evolve?

A Baby BV is a tax structure where parents set up a limited liability company. Upon incorporation of the Baby BV, their minor children are issued with shares.

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2 January 2023

Remarriage of the surviving parent: what are the implications for an inheritance?

If no will has been drawn up then statutory distribution rules apply to the inheritance.

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1 August 2022

A survivorship clause in a cohabitation contract: what you can arrange as a cohabitant in terms of inheritance

Unlike married people, the Dutch legal code has hardly any rules for cohabitants. The same applies to inheritance law.

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13 June 2022

Accept an inheritance or reject it?

A testator can appoint heirs to his estate by will. If there is no will then the statutory division applies.

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18 May 2022

Microsoft grants access to deceased’s digital accounts

Microsoft grants access to the digital accounts of deceased persons. When can you, as an heir, make a claim? You can read the answer in this blog.

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18 January 2021

The position of stepchildren in inheritance law (part I)

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17 September 2020

Death and social media profiles: the digital legacy

Nowadays it is not only important to consider the physical properties, such as jewellery, real estate, stocks, etc., that are bequeathed at the time of death.

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