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Offline RohitSurve

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  My mother is looking for the answer of 'How the Fathers Property distribution is done among all Brothers and Sisters?' as they(my mother and her siblings) are going to have their Father's property distribution. Her age is 46 years. They are total 6 siblings (2 Boys + 4 Girls). Her Father and Mother both are not alive now.
  I want to know that how the property is distributed among brothers and sisters. Please tell me if there is any separate law about Daughters when considering distribution? There is no will of their father.
  As I am not having any detail idea of these law if you explain me in simple and detailed it will be very grateful.

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It is very necessary to know from which state you are from and when her parent died. These two details is very important to tell you the law of distribution of inherited property under Section 8 of the Hindu Succession Act.

Considering that you are belong to Mitashkara School of Law (if you are not belong to West Bengal and Assam State) and your mother's father died after the year 2007.

The property will be divided equally. Every sibling has 1/6th undivided share of the entire property left by your maternal grandfather. The best way to go for Deed of Partition under the proper guidance of genuine Advocate otherwise your mother would be deprived from her equal undivided share.
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Hello Sir,
Thank you for your reply it is very precious information for us. Please find the details below and please guide us.         

I am from Maharashtra State and my maternal grandfather was also from Maharashtra. We are Hindu family. My maternal grandfather was died on 03rd August 1989 and my maternal grandmother was died on 03rd January 1993. My mother's marriage date is 13th May 1990.
 
Once again Thank you Sir for your time.

Rohit Surve.

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Hi
Adv Amarnath has given you the best advise.
All legal heirs (2 Boys + 4 Girls) will get equal share in the property of their father.
Rajgopal Sripathi
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