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Miscellaneous - Divorce
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

If you were married according to Halacha, which among other requirements means that there were two Shomer Shabbos witnesses to the marriage, then you are still considered married until you give her a get. According to Halacha a wife never inherits her husband's property, however, common practice is obviously not that way and since I am not experienced in the practical laws of divorce and inheritance and you should contact a Dayan for more specific information.

posted:2008-10-16 11:05:26

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