Wills and Estates

by John
(USA)

Shortly after my grandfather was freshly buried, his youngest daughter took her mom to the "family lawyer" (her husband's brother) to remake her will. Grandma continues to decay for years at great cost in a "memory care" facility. The contents of her will became known under the provisions of her daughter's guardianship. There is actually a clause in the will that says her children have to survive her in death for 60 days in order to inherit their fair share of money that she has hoarded like a miser over the years.


Has anybody ever heard of such crap? I can understand that it might take the lawyers a little time to discharge the will, though it's not in probate, but I never knew of such a nasty little clause that essentially allows for someone to exercise control from beyond the grave.

What kind of person makes such a will? Well, she was a spoiled, abusive tyrant who was doted on by her husband, whom she martyred with her demands.

What kind of a daughter allows her mom to make a will that could screw her other children? A rich bitch who thinks her sh--t doesn't stink because she's married to a rich guy and they go to church. Hardy har har!

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