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It is a UK co yes and I own 70% and son owns the other 30%
If all assets and cash belong to the ltd co and you own the 70% of that co you simply need to make sure that the shares pass to whoever on your death and that someone who survives you is an authorised signatory on the company affairs.
That would sort it in English law, I assume that it would do the same in Turkey.
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Thanks - so to my question is this done via a will or articles of association (or other co legal document) ?
Not articles. They usually dont cover death. The sharesare left to whoever in an English will if an English co. Make sure they areauthorised signatory now to avoid lots of delays after death.