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    The vultures are back

    I had posted a few months back; my DH has a brother and his wife that cannot manage their money (R&R) and they got a 33K 2020 Ford Escape from UB.... And that amount was to be taken off their portion of their inheritance per UB (Unknown to R&R) see previous post about vultures from a few months ago

    Last week, R texted DH while he was a work and DH couldn't get back to him immediately. So, R& R when to UB and asked for a " loan" for 15K
    AND wants to use *MY* Kabota with the brush hog and the flatbed trailer to haul it to their place to mow their field

    sorry to bitch... But FB will not do for this type of venting

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    Hmmm.... I'm thinking maybe a resounding "no" to both? Sorry the drama has returned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    Hmmm.... I'm thinking maybe a resounding "no" to both? Sorry the drama has returned.
    The 15K has already happened because my DH was at work The Kabota is a no-go. DH just talked to UB this morning and also found out that at the same time of the 15K loan. R&R's son also asked for and got a 5K "loan" for his upcoming wedding. These will also be deducted from their inheritance

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    Wow those people are very entitled. They will have the inheritance spent before the person dies.

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    I hope all of these inheritance deductions are being written down and made official in the will.
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    Yes they are, the 33K car was written is as a deduction. now the 15K and 5K will be written in too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boss mare View Post
    Yes they are, the 33K car was written is as a deduction. now the 15K and 5K will be written in too.
    If UB is still living, then can't UB give the money away if he or she chooses? Where is this bookkeeping taking place? I'm not sure if it would hold up in court, unless the will gets changed as these monies are paid out?

    There is no chance UB is going to need this money for assisted living or nursing home care, is there? Mom pays 6000 a month for memory care, and skilled nursing goes up to 20,000 a month.

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    [QUOTE=Tybee;410907]If UB is still living, then can't UB give the money away if he or she chooses? Where is this bookkeeping taking place? I'm not sure if it would hold up in court, unless the will gets changed as these monies are paid out
    There is no chance UB is going to need this money for assisted living or nursing home care, is there? Mom pays 6000 a month for memory care, and skilled nursing goes up to 20,000 a month.[/QUOTE




    UB pays 5K from the lowest care that they offer. This is a place that UB is very happy with. Other than an occasional lapse in memory, he is in fairly good shape. My guess is that he will eventually need more care as he ages (He just turned 89 in June)

    DH is going to make an appointment with UB and his financial adviser as soon as he gets a day off

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    that's a good idea. I was thinking about the five year lookback period, if he is giving money away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacher Terry View Post
    Wow those people are very entitled. They will have the inheritance spent before the person dies.
    you are absolutely correct.... if I could have access to the original YMYL ... I could show how much entitlement that they feel they need

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