Which is more feasible will or property transfer


My father has 6 sisters and 1 brother including him . And my grand father is dead . Only grandmother is living . Familys expenses are taken care by both sons . And according to law , there is equal right for son and daughter . But my grandmother want property to be distributed among 2 sons to avoid problems in future . Shall we make a will or property transfer is a better idea ?


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Dear client,
its not wise to make a will or property as you know better equal right for son and daughter. If the daughters are aggrieved in will or transfer of property done by their mother to her sons only then they can challenged the will or transfer property in the court of law.it will be decided by the court the will or transfer valid or not.so you try to settled it amicable.


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Whether the property is the ancestral properties of your grandfather . Or it was purchase by your grandmother . If the property was purchased property of your grandmother the she can sale or execute a WILL . If you are from berhampur them their is less difference between sale and will

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Transfer of property by way of sale or gift deed is safe subject to meet the instant expenses for its registration which is to be incurred according to the value of the property,whereas will is a future provision.An will has to be tested in probate proceeding after the death of its tastator/ executant wherein all legal heir or anybody who is expected to succeed any interest in the property of the tastator shall be a party to such probate proceeding and the authenticity of the will shall be tested therein

U have not mentioned the property stands in whose name.If the property is in the name of your grand mother,she can will or gift or transfer according to her choise but if the property is in the name of your grand father,then she can will or gift or transfer oniy her share

As the status of the properties is now ancestral property so will can't solve problems. Your grand mother cannot make will for entire property unless it is her self acquired. In that case if all your aunts make a draft agreement leaving claim in their own volition problem could be solved.


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