Συμβολαιογραφικές & Νομικές Υπηρεσίες


Will is the act by which the testator defines the fate of their assets after death.

Also, the testator by a will may, inter alia: a) recognise a child out of wedlock, b) establish a foundation, c) disinherit a legal share beneficiary, d) establish the right of habitation in favour of a person, e) establish horizontal or vertical ownership and regulation of co-owners relations, when they are the sole owner of a property, and f) to revoke any previous will of theirs.

The will is void as for the part where the legal share beneficiaries are omitted from it, that is the persons which by Law have a hereditary right, which are descendants of the inherited asset, that is their children, the children of children that are already deceased, the parents and spouse who survives. In the case where the above persons have been disinherited legally by the deceased, the will is also valid as for their omission as heirs.