An Inheritance Case
A man died leaving 3 sons, one daughter, a mother, a father, a wife, two brothers, one sister, and one grandfather.
The estate of the deceased consists of one house, and a car, and 5000 dollars.
The Heirs that inherit:
The three sons, one daughter, mother, wife and father inherit.
The Heirs that do not inherit:
The brothers and sister do not inherit because of the sons. While the grandfather does not inherit because of the father.
The father and mother both receive 1/6.
The sons and daughter take the leftover...the male twice as much as the female.
The Daughter and sons take four shares from the six. Since the number of sons and daughter is does not divide equally with their share 6. We have to take one further step called Tasheeh (correction).
Here in this step we multiply the heads of the sons and daughters which is seven (remember the rule, the male gets twice as much as the female), by the the root of the case which is six; what results is the final root for the case.
Multply the seven by each of the heirs shares what results is their final shares.
If the heirs agree to the point that they want to avoid division of the inheritance until the death of the other parent, it is lawful, as long as the other heirs agree.