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Calculation of the partitionable value of the partnership of acquests in the event of death

This document sets out the partitionable value of acquests following the death of one of the spouses married or civilly united under the regime of partnership of acquests...more

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  • This document is intended to establish the value of acquests following the death of one of the spouses married or civilly united under the regime of partnership of acquests.
  • If the surviving spouse is not a legatee or inherits in proportion with other heirs, the value of acquests must then be established prior to the drafting of an inventory.
  • It is not necessary to establish the value of acquests if:
    • The surviving spouse has renounced the acquests of the deceased by notarial deed;
    • The surviving spouse becomes the sole heir of all the property of the deceased.
  • For more information and more complex situations, we invite you to contact  .

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  • Start the service by clicking on the blue button labelled "Click here to start";
  • If you have not already done so, please register;
  • Complete the questionnaire by entering the information required for this calculation;
  • Once you have completed the questionnaire, you pay the required fees with your credit card;
  • We will perform the relevant audits and complete the calculation and then we will notify you by email once the process is completed;
  • Print the work chart and proceed with its signing by the surviving spouse;

For more complex situations requiring further examination, please contact  .

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