. 3. me (40) have a mother (59) and 3 kids, 1 (18) 1 (17) 1 (16), i also own 2, 5 bedroom houses, a 1993 bmw m3, and around £130k, i am leaving 1 house to my mother, the other to my wife (39), i am leaving the cash to my mother and the car to my eldest. 'AITA for leaving an equal inheritance to my stepson as my bio kids?' I (62m) met my current wife (39f) four years ago, and we got married two years ago. You appear to be flirting with the idea of going head-to-head with your husband's children over his life insurance policy, should he die before his children reach. The lawyer explained that it was a way of avoiding him being able to challenge the will. Even if they're not named in a will, they can usually claim against the estate as long as probate hasn't closed. . You would have insulted her memory if you'd let that happen. . Now Steve is calling me an arsehole for not giving him more of our inheritance. They leave their entire estate to my sister in a trust that will oversee her care. A joint account is shared, and your father has a right to use that money for his own needs. We have it in my country. Leave each of them a nice letter along with $1 explaining how much they have hurt you all these years. Context: My sister (F27) and I (18F) lost our dad a year ago. So, your brother and father have absolutely no legal right to your insurance money. . . . AITA for planning to leave an equal inheritance to him? Edit: I should have specified. So you can be upset but you should be madder at yourself for dumb actions in the past. Aside from which you can leave your money to who you want. Yta, inheritance should be equal, because you are equally her children. AITA My step grandpa wants me to sign over my rights to my deceased grandmas estate. You can give it to whoever you want, including your in-laws. . . . . . The whole inheritance would mean all this plus some education savings for their kids, and enough to take a family vacation. I also have two adult children (34m and 32f). I'd give the same advice for OP to keep her inheritance even if Grandma wasn't an asshole. Then of course, revisit your will when you have bio children. 4. AITA for not sharing my inheritance with my sister, even though my grandpa left her nothing because she is childfree. . . The vast majority of people use equal as the default dispositive scheme and don't delve into what's "fair. Say it was rented for 1800. I will be meeting with the wife tonight as she keeps begging for a meeting. Previous AITA For Refusing To Get Rid Of My Pet Snake Even Though My Stepsiblings To Be Are Of Him. I didn’t. NTA. She's had, what sounds like, a lot of hurt in her family. Uncle 3 (67M) has 1 son (38M). It only leads to requests for that money. . Extended family also looks bad when person has wife and kids. . And both my parents were on parental leave (I guess my mother was for a longer period but I dunno). He didn't just leave them out - he intentionally snubbed them for whatever reasons he had. . .