4 Comments Wills, probate, letters of administration, powers of attorney
Tweety having been a 17yr old daughter myself at one time i know how infuriating they can be.The fact is you don't really appreciate your parents until your mid twenties or so.It's a long time to wait i know but try and have some faith in her attitude improving.
A will like that is just going to make the lawyers rich,and she'll probably still get what's left over.
I agree, Family is family, she will grow and mature and this takes time but even when you both add 10-20 years plus, the eternal bond of mother and daughter is there and will show in time then if something should happen Im sure you,d like her to help her quality of life and your grand children if, and when they come............
Tweety, at that age it is all MEMEME, her attitude changes when she becomes a mum and realises the sacrifices u have made or when u are no longer in the land of the living.
Through the pain and heartache she is inflictimg on you, don't give up, your gal will mature and appreciate all you done in years to come.
Cutting her off your will might give you personal satisfaction, but in the end, u do know she can contest your will and win, which would you prefer, a child grateful to you for leaving her something, or a child who carries emotional scars through life effecting not only her but also her off springs eventually.
One concern mother to another.