Disinherit (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
To cut off from an inheritance. To deprive someone, who would otherwise be an heir to property or another right, of his or her right to inherit.
A parent who wishes to disinherit a child may specifically state so in a will.
(The entire section is 42 words.)
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