Definition of "disherison"
  1. The process where a legal heir is deliberately removed from a will
How to use "disherison" in a sentence
  1. The act of disherison can bring severe financial implications to a child.
  2. Jane chose disherison as a means to prevent her ex-spouse from getting any property from her will.
  3. In spite of his mistakes, his parents did not consider disherison, hoping he would reform.

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