My paternal Grandmother died and left a will spliting all of her assets in seven equal parts for her seven children.
My father died 15 years ago and my one aunt and uncle want me and my siblings to sign over our rights as direct decendents and have our seventh go to my mother.
I don't think this is fair.
Yes my Grandmother considered my mother as one of her own. But my mother resented her and often ditched her.
I spent quite a bit of time with my Grandmother as she aged and my mother would poke fun of me for it and even get jealous.
If I am going to sign this thing I need to do it tomorrow.
If I don't sign it my aunt uncle and mother will probably hate me. My uncle already told me I really don't have a choice.
I want to sign it and let my mother know that she should split the money with her children, but I know she is not a fair person and has probably already decided how to squander it.
I want to have faith in my own mother but I don't.
What would you do?
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