Precautions for writing a last will and testament

After your death, you are free to decide who you want to leave your estate to.
A last will and testament is created to specify this in detail.
However, even if you have created a last will and testament, there are times when you may not be able to carry out the will accordingly.
That is the “Legally secured portion”.
A “Legally secured portion” is a certain percentage of inherited property reserved to a certain heir, and is a right that cannot be taken away regardless of the provisions of a last will and testament.
Of course, if all the heirs express their intention to follow the provisions of the last will and testament, this issue of “Legally secured portion” will not arise.
However, if even one of the heirs who has the "Legally secured portion" requests this "Legally secured portion", he/she will be required to pay money equivalent to the "Legally secured portion" to that heir.
If the inherited property is a large amount of money, this is not a big problem, but if the inherited property is only real estate, you may have to dispose of the real estate you left behind.
Therefore, when drafting a last will and testament, it is necessary to consider this “Legally secured portion”.

If you are considering creating a last will and testament, we recommend that you consult a Certified administrative Procedures Legal specialist who is familiar with a last will and testament.