International Inheritance Laws

In Trinidad and Tobago inhabitants can make a will, the age of testamentary capacity is 21 years old. The testator has to hire an attorney in order to make a will. An estates, trusts and will attorney in Trinidad is Martin A. George and Company and their website is http://martingeorge.net Trinidad intestacy laws are governed by the Administration of Estates Act, Sections 23- 31.  Only married or civil partners and close relatives can inherit under the law of intestacy. It depends on how much your estate is worth and whether you’re married, have children, parents and siblings. If you are married and your estate isn’t worth over $125,000, your spouse receives everything; if its over $125,000 and you are married with children, $125,00 to the spouse, 50% of life interest to spouse and the remainder to children; with a estate that isn’t worth over $200,000 the spouse receives everything; with siblings and parents, $200,000 to spouse, 50% of balance to spouse and remainder to relatives. If not married with children, siblings and relatives everything is shared equally if none the State receives everything which is similar to NY.

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THE GRAVE OF MARGARET AND REV. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, BAPTIST MISSIONARIES, PARADISE CEMETERY SAN FERNANDO.

 

They were missionaries that helped during 1812 when the British empire enslaved there people. They assembled people to form churches during the time of enslavement to give them hope and encouragement. Reverend Williams was able to establish a chapel and a dwelling house.

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