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Slay Queens in trouble as LAWA-Ghana reveals ‘Baby mamas’ and ‘side chicks’ are not entitled to deceased’s property

Sheila Minkah-Premo, the Chairperson of the Executive Council of LAWA Ghana says ‘Baby mamas’ and ‘side chicks’ agent entitled deceased’s property.

In an interview with Samson Lardy Anyenini, the lawyer said the new Intestate Succession Bill didn’t make provision concubines like Baby mamas and side chicks to benefit from the property of a male lover when he is no more.

Sheila Minkah-Premo stressed that all attempts to make people who have cohabitated with the deceased for 5 years party of his successors proved unsuccessful.

The big question of whether the mothers of children who were not married to the fathers can benefit, unfortunately, in this current draft, no provision is made for it.

These two laws based on Article 22 have gone side by side. The Intestate Succession Bill and the Property Rights of Spouses Bill. In an earlier version of the Property Rights of Spouses Bill, an attempt was made to make provision for cohabitees who have lived for five years, but that was strongly objected to. So the last draft of the Property Rights of Spouses Bill, that has been totally taken off. The idea is that, they said, if you look at Article 22, it talks about spouses, it doesn’t talk about anything else,”

She however revealed that children of the deceased whether born in marriage or out of marriage are entitled to his property.

But in this case, the children will benefit. Remember, the definition of children is children, whether born within or outside a marriage. So the children will benefit.

“But unfortunately, the ‘Baby mama’ and ‘side chicks’ will not benefit, she stressed.

Read more: Identity & Photos Of Zion Felix’s 3rd Baby Mama Uncovered

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