The testator can use a testamentary disposition to cancel or amend the legal succession in whole or in part. The succession will not therefore be carried out in accordance with the legal regulations, but under the dispositions of the testator’s last will. When determining the heir(s), the establishment of the prior and reversionary heirs and the granting of bequests, instructions for the division of the estate and the executorship, the testator can consciously and actively decide what should happen to their lifetime achievements in terms of the transfer of assets. A range of provisions can be made for the transfer of assets.
We can help our clients make decisions and advise them on a transfer of assets, from the granting of assets during the testator’s lifetime, the arrangement of testamentary dispositions and the stipulations for the executorship, to the founding of trusts and other legal entities to ensure the preservation of the estate.