Bodget Posted June 19, 2007 Share Posted June 19, 2007 Hi - First time so sorry if I've missed this subject on theforum.We are planning our retirement in Franceand like a lot of people, it’s important to make sure that the survivingpartners options are maximized in relationship to France’s succession laws. We haveone grown up child each from previous marriages and have been told that evenwith Clause Tontine or one of the Communaute Universelle derivatives , if thesurviving partner wants to return home, the rights of the protected heirs i.e.our children are automatically invoked. This would drastically reduce anycapital needed to buy a house back in the UK. Can anyone confirm this or give us an indication of thelikely situation please. Ultimately, I know we will have to get expert advice beforewe move. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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