Only spouse is heir

(N) No. When there are no brothers and sisters

In this case, it means that there are no heirs of the first and second rank.

Only the spouse will be the heir.

Set out in Civil Law Article 890

The spouse of a decedent shall always be an heir. In this case, if there is a person to become an heir pursuant to the provisions of Article 887 or the preceding Articlethe spouse shall be of the same rank as that  person.

Next, usually you will consider the question of will.

Brothers and sisters share the only one parent

(N) No. Share the only one parent.

As mentioned in the previous entry,

Civil Coivde 900 Article 4 set out

iv) if there are two or more children, lineal ascendants, or siblings, the share in theinheritance of each shall be divide : divided equally; providethat the share in inheritance of an child out of wedlock shall be one half of the share in inheritance of a child in wedlockand the share in inheritance of a sibling who shares only one parent the share in inheritance of a sibling who shares both parentswith the decedent shall be one half of the share in inheritance of a sibling who shares both parents.

 A “sibling who shares only one parent with the decedent shall be one half of the share”.

 

For statutory inheritance, spouse is three quarters, total of brothers and sisters is one quarter.

For statutory inheritance, in this case, brothers and sisters who share only one parent will be half of brothers and sisters who share the same.

brothers and sisters share their parents

(Y) Yes. Brothers and sisters share the same their parents.

According to the Civil Code Article900 . In paragraph 4,

iv) if there are two or more children, lineal ascendants, or siblings, the share in theinheritance of each shall be divided equally; providethat the share in inheritance of an child out of wedlock shall be one half of the share in inheritance of a child in wedlockand the share in inheritance of a sibling who shares only one parent with the decedent shall be one half of the share in inheritance of a sibling who shares both parents.

In this case, it means that brothers and sisters who share the same parents (sometimes siblings of whole blood), so the inheritance becomes even.

In this case, the statutory inheritance will be 3/4 for the spouse and 1/4 for all the brothers and sisters. Then, one – fourth of them will be brothers, divided by head count.

In addition, if brothers and sisters are dead, their children will be inherited