By France Howell - 10/05/2018 15:00
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Good news for you, unless y’all had a pre-nup, and the daughter is your biological child/adopted child, her will gets ignored. By marriage everything that was hers becomes yours.
Where I live you are legally obligated to provide for your spouse and children in your will. However, with adequate reason (e.g., I gave my child $10,000.00 in "gift money" during my life and therefore do not leave anything to them upon my death) you can leave spouse/children out. Perhaps OP has money and the wife felt it unnecessary to leave him anything. Though, OP should have been made aware of this a long time ago.
Yep totally. YDI if you're calling in sick once a week due to staying up late to play World of Warcraft or online poker, or snort coke. YDI if your temper or other flaws get in the way of a healthy relationship. Or if you have fallen for more than one Nigeria.n prince scam. Ever burgled someone you knew's house. All sorts of things. FYL and my sympathy & outrage if it's unwarranted, maybe her bond with her siblings is cultishly overboard or something. I don't imagine the marriage could survive this though, whatever the meaning is.
While what she said wasn’t nice and not something to gloss over, I once had severe abdominal pain and wouldn’t let my husband take me to the ER because I thought they would tell me it was just gas or something. Ended up needing to call 911 while he was at work because I kept passing out and was shaky. Turns out I had a hemorrhaged cyst and lost 2.5 liters of blood internally. So don’t ignore abdominal pain for fear of it being gas..