Earlier in August, the Supreme Court (SC) came out with a landmark judgement that provided complete clarity on the rights of a daughter when it came to ancestral property.
The daughter has been equated with the son now and the daughter has coparcenary rights by birth. What does this really mean, will it impact all current settlements, does it mean more disputes in old cases, does the date of birth of the daughter matter and how families can ensure that there is minimum dispute and maximum clarity when they are looking at their succession planning.
CNBC-TV18's Surabhi Upadhyay gets in conversation with Neha Pathak, Senior Vice President, Trust and Estate Planning at Motilal Oswal Wealth Management and Rajesh Saluja, Managing Director and CEO at Ask Wealth Advisors to demystify the complicated subject.
Watch the video for more.