Answer to Question #45012 in Other Law for Vanessa
In the novelist John Grisham's work "Testament," the decedant, a reclusive industrial billionaire disinherits all of his children, except for one daughter who is a medical missionary in Brasil. Some cultures, ours included, allow the decedent to disinherit any or all of his/her children. Other cultures and legal systems absolutely refuse to allow a decendant, man or woman, to disinherit a child, minor or adult. Which system resonates with you personally?