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Combinations of Compulsory Heirs Legitime under the Civil Code, as amended

One half (1/2) of the hereditary estate to be divided equally


among the legitimate children (Art. 888,
CC), irrespective whether they survive alone or with
1. Legitimate children of the testator concurring compulsory heirs
2. Legitimate parents, whether they survive alone
or concur with illegitimate children and surviving One half (1/2) of the estate goes to the legitimate parents to be divided equally
spouse between (Arts. 889 & 890, CC)
3. Ascendants of equal degree of the paternal and
maternal lines, if testator has no child or leaves One half (1/2) of the estate to be divided equally between them. It pertains
neither father nor mother entirely to the ones nearest in degree of either line (Arts. 890, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) goes to the legitimate child (Art. 888,
CC); and
One fourth (1/4) of the estate (free portion) goes to the surviving spouse (Arts.
4. One (1) legitimate child and surviving spouse 892, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) to be divided among the legitimate
children (Art. 888, CC); and
5. Two (2) or more legitimate children and Surviving spouse gets a share (from the free portion) equal to the legitime of each
surviving spouse of the legitimate children (Arts. 892, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) goes to the legitimate parents (Arts. 889 &
890, CC); and
One fourth (1/4) of the estate (free portion) goes to the surviving spouse (Arts.
6. Legitimate parents and surviving spouse 893, CC)
One third (1/3) of the estate (legitime) goes to the illegitimate children; and
One third (1/3) of the estate (legitime) goes to the surviving spouse (Art. 894,
7. Illegitimate children and surviving spouse CC); and
One half (1/2) of the hereditary estate (legitime) to be divided equally among the
legitimate children (Art. 888, CC); and
Each illegitimate child gets a share (from the free portion) equal to one half (1/2)
8. Legitimate and illegitimate children of the legitime of each of the legitimate children (Arts. 895, CC)
All the concurring heirs get their shares from the free portion. The surviving
spouse is preferred over the illegitimate children whose share in the inheritance
may suffer a proportionate (pro rata) reduction.
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) goes to the legitimate parents (Art. 889,
CC); and
One fourth (1/4) of the estate (free portion) goes to the illegitimate children (Art.
9. Legitimate parents and illegitimate children 896, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) to be divided among the legitimate
children (Art. 888, CC);
Each illegitimate child gets a share (from the free portion) equal to one half (1/2)
of the legitime of each of the legitimate children;
10. Legitimate and illegitimate children and surviving Surviving spouse gets a share (from the free portion) equal to the legitime of each
spouse of the legitimate children (Arts. 892, CC) (Arts. 897 and 898, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) to be divided equally between the
legitimate parents (Arts. 889 & 890, CC);
One fourth (1/4) of the estate (free portion) goes to the illegitimate children;
and
11. Legitimate parents, illegitimate children and One eighth (1/8) of the estate (free portion) goes to the surviving spouse (Art.
surviving spouse 899, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) goes to the surviving spouse;
But the share is reduced to one third (1/3) of the estate in the case of marriage
in articulo mortis and the testator died within three (3) months from its
12. Surviving spouse solemnization (Art. 900, CC)
One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) goes to the illegitimate children (Art. 901,
13. Illegitimate children CC)
14. Illegitimate parents One half (1/2) of the estate (legitime) of the illegitimate child (Art. 903, CC)
One fourth (1/4) of the estate (legitime) goes to the illegitimate parents; and
15. Illegitimate parents and surviving spouse of the One fourth (1/4) of the estate (legitime) goes to the surviving spouse (Art. 903,
illegitimate child CC)