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Sorry to sound harsh but this is not really relevant. Your father''s wishes do not come under the jurisdiction of the court dealing with your divorce. The fact is that if you have assets then the court may award it to either of you, no matter what the source of that asset was. But just because they can, does not mean they will. It all depends on the figures.
the will or proceeds of it would end up with his ex daughter in law. Not what he intended.
Yes, this is totally acceptable. Whether your ex accepts it or not, however, is up to her. I suspect her answer would very much depend on the figures.
Would it be oki to put to my solicitor that I would accept a lower amount off my ex, say 70/30 in her favour from the matital estate, if I kept my inheritance intact as it was intended.