I am married under the separation of property regime and have two children. If I die, do my children inherit all my wealth?

No. The purpose of the separation of property regime is to separate the assets of the spouses during the marriage but does not affect the rights of the surviving spouse.

Depending on whether the children are common or not, and in the absence of donation to the last living, the spouse can receive a quarter in full ownership or all in usufruct . It is possible, however, when you have children, to disinherit your spouse by will .