Objection from an atheist to the ‘awl process in cases of inheritance
He died and left behind a mother, two brothers and two sisters, and the Western court ruled that the mother is the only heir
He died and left debts behind, and some of his heirs refuse to pay them off
They divided their father’s estate apart from one house; how should it be divided, when some of them have died and others are still alive?
He died and left behind a wife, sons and daughters, and some of his children died before him. Do his grandchildren inherit the shares of his children who died before him?
Division of property that forms part of the estate, if some of the heirs raise objections
He died and left behind a wife and the sons of his half-brother through his mother only; are they entitled to a share of the inheritance?
Will her deceased husband be punished because his mother delayed giving his wife her due share of the inheritance?
She died and did not leave behind anyone but the daughter of a brother of hers; does (that niece) inherit from her?
He died and left behind a wife, a mother, and his brother’s children; how should the estate be divided?
It is not permissible for the guardian to dispose of wealth belonging to the one who is under his guardianship, except in a manner that will most likely be in the latter’s best interests
He died and left behind his sister and his brother’s children
Some of the heirs gave up their share of the estate to the children and wife of their brother; how should it be divided among them?
If a person dies and his heirs receive some money from his life-insurance, is it permissible for them to keep it?
Her mother bequeathed some gold to her youngest brother, but she kept it with her. What is the ruling on how it should be dealt with?
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