Ouch! That sounds like a vicious decision of his dad.
We will never know. All the grandchildren received $1000....I used mine to help pay for my wedding, my brother gave his to my Dad. Not sure what my two sisters did with theirs or the rest of the family. My grandfather was not rich by any means, it seemed like more of some kind of statement.Ouch! That sounds like a vicious decision of his dad.
We need to get going on an overhaul of our wills. Now that Little M is graduated and married, there's a lot that we need to change (no more need for an estate trust or guardianship, for instance). Also, need to change our PoAs to add him there.
Somehow had a major typo, maybe keyboard delay? Fixed now.Not so good news of the death of an inlaw. Chemguy's dad's side - there's a number we don't really consider family, this is one, but his dad has struggled to not keep an open wallet. This is actually the 2nd time he got news of this guy's death death - first time was ~5 yrs ago around an anniversary date to manipulate for money.
Rather than who is in the will the question is how much will this be costing him - again. Also some trickiness as his dad is a bit alone in grief due to the number of the people who are family who have very different feelings, including those he lives with. Chemguy is at least willing to go to whatever happens if his dad wants to go.