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DEATH OF AN EX-PAT

Discussion in 'Banking - Investing - Finances' started by DAVE1952, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. Notmyrealname

    Notmyrealname DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster Showcase Reviewer

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    I am not aware of your nationality and it may be that you are Filipino - but does this apply to a foreign Will, especially for assets located in the foreign jurisdiction?
     
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    This may help:
    http://www.uniformlaws.org/Shared/Docs/UIWA 1977 Final.pdf

    https://www.hancocklawgroup.com/new...irements-for-a-will-under-the-uniform-intern/
    You will have to check to see if your country (or US state) has signed/recognized the act.

    Even with this it is probably best to have a will in your home country/state/province. Way too much tomfoolery with legal documents/courts in the Philippines.
     
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  3. Hyaku

    Hyaku DI Junior Member

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    It relates to anything that anyone might will in the Philippines. I would assume that the court order makes it harder to contest.
     
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