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Widows Rights in State of California

Legal entitlements for 8 yr marriage Widow not in will?

Asked on 1/20/07, 4:54 pm

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Joshua Hale Hale Law Group
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Re: Widows Rights in State of California

Your rights will vary depending on when was was written and on how much community property you had if you were in California.

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1/21/07, 1:56 pm
David Slater David P. Slater, Esq.
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Re: Widows Rights in State of California

You still have the right to take against the will.

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1/20/07, 4:57 pm
Vandy Moheban Lee & Moheban
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Re: Widows Rights in State of California

In order to best address the issues presented in your inquiry, our office would be happy to provide you with a free 30 minute telephone consultation. Please feel free to contact our office, toll free, at 1.877.MOHEBAN. Ask for Vandy Moheban, Esq. www.lmapc.com

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1/24/07, 12:21 pm
Chris Johnson Christopher B. Johnson, Attorney at Law
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Re: Widows Rights in State of California

She'd be entitled to her share of any community property, plus 1/3 to 1/2 (depending on the number of the deceased's children) of his separate property.

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1/22/07, 11:42 am

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