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Are you both living here now?
Yes My Husband has always lived here we married on Jan 2018 I moved here March 2018 once my spousal visa came through
If you have a legal marriage anywhere in the world then it’s a legal marriage in the UK. The same applies to a divorce. You don’t have to register the marriage in the UK for it to be valid. Indeed, there is no facility to do so.
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Thank you . We were married in community of property should my husband pass away will i be entitled to half of the estate and property
Conversation went to phone call but no idea how much I'll be charged for phone call. If we can rather chat here
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A Community of Property means nothing to me. It would depend whether it was accepted in whichever country as being a legal marriage as to whether it was legal in the UK.
How the assets are dealt with in the event of death depends whether you have children, which country you are in, and where the assets are.
If someone dies without a will, intestate, in the UK, a spouse gets the first GBP275,000 of assets and50% of the remainder and children get the other 50% of the remainder.
With no children the spouse will get everything
If he has a will, then ignore what I said earlier.
You get whatever it says in the will.
The children’s ages are irrelevant if they are over 18.
I don’t know what a Community of Property is. We don’t have that the legal concept in the UK.
The 50% only applies if he has not written a will otherwise it passes in accordance with the terms of the will
That’s correct. The law is different.
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