Can you legally disown siblings?

Answer Answer Well, you'd have to go around the world to ask that one, but actually, you can't. Unless someone tells you, "Congratulations! You are allowed to legally disown your sibling!!!" That would b... Read More »

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How can you disown your sister I am 15 and my sister is 17 and we live together and we just dont consider ouselves siblings how can i legally go about disowning her at my present age?

Just because your sister and you may have different personalities and they are clashing is no reason to completely lose tough with each other. It appears because your sister is two years older than... Read More »

Legally can a 12 year old babysit siblings in Texas?

No, Texas State Law states that it is prohibited to have employment under the age of 14 unsupervised.But a sibling? that's probably an exception. But im not the governer of Texas, sorry.

Your father died without leaving a will who gets property siblings or a woman that lived with him for 16 years but was not legally married?

Being an older sister isn't always the best because older siblings are generally expected to be a positive role model for their younger siblings. If you feel you are being unfair and your older sis... Read More »

Who is legally next of kin in the UK if an individuals parents have died and whose siblings have been disowned?

The will should have a clause in it as where the money goes. The parents could leave the money to their own parents (if alive); their own children; a church or charity.