Definition of "disinherison"
  1. The act of intentionally omitting or excluding someone, typically a family member, who would normally stand to inherit some part of an individual's estate
How to use "disinherison" in a sentence
  1. The disinherison of the eldest son caused a rift in the family.
  2. She made provisions in her will to ensure the disinherison of her estranged daughter.
  3. The will was contested on the grounds of a suspected disinherison.

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