Another common one is when there is one large asset forms the bulk of your parent’s assets.
Another common one is when there is one large asset forms the bulk of your parent’s assets, such as
a farm, family business or property. In these cases often all of the business/farm/property is left to
one child with little left to the other siblings. Unfortunately these situations are all too common
especially with the increasing divorce rate contributing to increasing numbers of 2nd and 3rd
marriages. That is where we can help with your problem.
Have you been left out of a will or are your receiving less than your fair share? We see examples of
this every day. A common one is when the parents remarry and on the death of your parent, the bulk
of their assets are left to the new spouse, with little or nothing left to you, the children from the first
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