I was wondering if the inheritance Torah laws were still applicable in Western countries like US or France.
For example, in France, by law a parent can not disinherit one of his children. In this case, there is no possibility for a daughter to get nothing at the death of her parents. Yet according to the law of the Torah, she shouldn't receive any inheritance from her parents.
Does the law of the land override halachic inheritance laws?
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Is there a difference in Israel and other countries?
Second (and most important) question
This rule is surprising today, when women do not occupy the same place as when these rules were enacted. Perhaps, the inheritance laws were related to the part of the land of Israel that should always remain in the same tribe? Today, it seems terribly unfair to deprive girls of their parents' inheritance. Jewish women, especially in the religious world, have enormous responsibilities; which was not the case at the time when these rules were established.
Can we consider that inheritance laws no longer apply today, given that the situation has evolved enormously?
My question has no provocative purpose, nor does it question the eternity of the laws of the Torah.