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I am going to get married shortly.
We have an ancestral house that is in my and my parent's name.

Q1. Can my wife claim share in my ancestral house?
Q2. If I gift my share to my father, can my children claim their share in the ancestral property?
Q3. My brother went missing since 10 years and is untraceable. How will his share in the ancestral house be handled?
Q4 .How do I register a pre nuptial agreement before marriage? Even though it is not legally enforceable
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Vague queries. You seem to be haunted by the fear of unlikely and unexpected events. When the property is already registered in yours and your parents name, the status of ancestral property ends there itself.
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