Children sometimes have a surviving (step)parent who inherits everything when the other parent dies. This often means that they will not get their share of the inheritance until the (step)parent dies. The (step)parent and (step)children have to deal with each other until that time comes. This is often unpleasant for everyone involved. Uiteen can help come up with solutions.
Cash money has disappeared; what can I do? I’m being denied access to bank statements; how should I approach this? Can I get an advance on my inheritance?view all
How do we distribute the items in the will? Some items have disappeared; what now? My brother/sister is not cooperating with the distribution; what can I do?view all
How can I make arrangements with the (step)children? What are my rights? What are their rights? What is fair?view all
Have you been disinherited? That doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t get anything. We can advise you about the legal rights of children and partners. Are you a child of…view all
Uiteen can work with you to get an overview of all insurance policies such as concerning burial insurance, life insurance, annuities, etc. This will give you a better idea of…view all
What does an executor do? What are my rights? The executor is not doing his/her job properly; what can I do?view all