You can inherit the property of your parents, children and spouse. If anyone lists you as the beneficiary in the will, you also have the inheritance rights stated in the will. Read More "What Are My Inheritance Rights in China?"
China used to have Inheritance Law (Law on Succession). However, after the promulgation of the Civil Code in 2020, China has only the “Book VI Succession” in the Civil Code. In other words, the inheritance law became a part of the civil code. Read More "What Is the Law of Inheritance in China?"
There is no community property law in China. But you can find the relevant articles in "China’s Civil Code of China: Book V Marriage and Family". Read More "What Is Community Property Law in China?￼"
The answer is NO. You don’t have to support your ex-wife after divorce in China. Read More "Do I Have to Support My Ex Wife after Divorce in China?￼"
You can file for divorce with either a court in your country or a Chinese court. Read More "Can I Divorce My Wife if She Lives in China and I Live in Another Country?"
We will use a fictional succession-related story to illustrate how inheritance works in China. Read More "How Much Does the Average Person Inherit from their Parents in China?"
During the lifetime, one can specify in the will who inherits his/her house and other heritage. If the person has no will, the decedent’s children, spouse, parents, siblings, paternal grandparents, and maternal grandparents may inherit his/her estate. Read More "How Does Inheritance Work in China?"