You cannot disinherit a relative with whom you have no relationship, according to the Supreme

The existence of indifference and lack of family relationship with the grandchildren is not a “just cause” to disinherit them. This has been established by the Supreme Court in a recent ruling (the text of which can be consulted here) in which it establishes that current legislation does not allow the so-called "legitimates" to be excluded from the assets of the deceased solely for this reason. The resolution annuls the clause by which a woman had disinherited two granddaughters with whom she had no relationship after the premature death of her son.

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