There is no inheritance from a living person. If you received the property and it became under your control, then you own it. It is not considered as part of your father’s inheritance after his death. If you did not receive it, then it is considered as inheritance after the death of your father.
It is a condition in the temporary marriage contract to specify a dower. If the dower is not mentioned, the temporary marriage contract is invalid. If one was not aware of such a condition, sexual intercourse between them prior to becoming aware of this is not a sin and not considered as adultery.
What has been mentioned on the website is the dislike of wiping the face specifically after Qunoot, not after other various kinds of supplications (du’as). It is recommended to wipe the face after every Du’a, except for the Qunoot as it is disliked. As for wiping the face after the prayer, we are not aware of a narration that encourages or discourages such an act.
If all the past wiped parts were dry because of a delay in the Wudhu process or being busy in other things, then the Wudhu is void. The Wudhu is not void if they were dry for another reason or if not all of them were dry.