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Posted by Annie D-193444 - Created: 16 years ago
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Posted by MikeP-180526 - 16 years ago

There are many other angles to consider too,  such as where you are domiciled (and that is not necessarily where you live) and where you property is located.

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Posted by mike-179830 - 16 years ago

quote:someone just told me that, in France, you can't leave your property to your spouse

In general, that's correct.

quote:So, I've tried to look something up and failed miserably :(

quick search on AngloINFO reveals the following INFOrmationPage:

Wills & Inheritance Lawquote:We have a will (homemade on a kit from the stationers!) in England, with copies with various family members - is that enough for French law?

It is, in essence, valueless inthe eyes of French law. Check out the INFOrmation Page above, and then see if you have any more questions (or go and see a specialist such as a lawyer dealing in inheritance law)