A woman inherited a house from her grandmother and gave half of it to her boyfriend. However, she didn't put his name on the title because he didn't contribute financially towards it. His family is now calling her out, saying that she doesn't trust him and doesn't expect the relationship to last. She stands her ground and says that she wouldn't add a man to the title unless they were married and paying for half of the rates. Her boyfriend feels like it's a sign that she doesn't trust him and that she's blackmailing him into marriage. Is she being unfair, or is she justified in her decision? Read on to find out.
Woman Receives Backlash for Not Putting Boyfriend's Name on House Title
Facing criticism for not adding my boyfriend's name on house title 😕
Sibling love prevails: Woman selflessly gives up bigger house inheritance
Financial contribution leads to house title drama 💰🏠
Generous girlfriend or taken advantage of? 🔍🏡
Boyfriend excluded from house title to prioritize education 💰👩🎓
Backlash for not putting bf's name on house title 🏠
Facing criticism for not putting boyfriend's name on house title 😕
Trust issues arise as boyfriend's name is not on title.
To add or not to add? Woman faces backlash for decision 💍
Woman faces backlash after not adding boyfriend to house title 💔
Should partners be added to the title of houses?
A woman is receiving backlash for not putting her boyfriend's name on the title of her house. Her grandmother left her two houses, and she chose the smaller one, while her sister got the bigger one with her husband's name added to the title. The woman's boyfriend did not contribute financially towards the house, so she did not put his name on the title. However, his family is now calling her a b***h and claiming that she doesn't trust him. She believes that adding someone to the title should only happen after marriage and financial contribution. The boyfriend feels that she doesn't trust him and is blackmailing him into getting married. The situation has caused tension and disagreements between the couple. What do you think? Is it reasonable to add partners to the title of houses before marriage and financial contribution? Or is it best to wait until those commitments are made?
NTA. Boyfriend and his family are entitled and ungrateful.
NTA, boyfriend's family overstepping boundaries. No obligation to add his name.
Inheritance is yours, not his. BF and family are gaslighting you. 💯
Protect your assets and beware of huge red flags 🚨
Protect your house! NTA and boyfriends are overrated. 👑
Boyfriend's family demands half of girlfriend's inherited house, ultimatum given.
Protect your assets, never give away ownership. NTA 👍
Woman rightfully defends her ownership of property from entitled boyfriend's family 💪
Boyfriend's family demands house ownership, but OP keeps her stance.
Protect your inheritance and memories, never put his name on it 💪
Protect your assets 💰: Why putting your boyfriend on the house title is not a good idea
Claim your property! You're the boss! 🏡👑 NTA!
Stand your ground and protect your inheritance 💪🏠✨
Inheriting a home can save you a lot of trouble 🙏
Boyfriend not entitled to girlfriend's inheritance, NTA 🤑
Protect your assets 💰, no ring no house name.
Don't let entitled family pressure you into making a bad decision. 💪
No need to share what's yours. NTA! 👏
Defending her decision to not put boyfriend on house title 💪
Protect your assets! 🙅♀️
Avoid the mistake! Think twice before putting an ex's name.
Preserve your family's legacy. Don't put your boyfriend's name on the title. 🏠
Sarcastic suggestion for not putting boyfriend's name on house title 😏
Boyfriend not entitled to house? 👀 NTA wins!
🚩 Trust issues with entitled boyfriend. NTA for sure.
Protect your assets! Don't let anyone guilt you into sharing 🏠
Protect your assets, don't let your boyfriend's parents exploit you 💰
Defend your property! 👊 Don't let anyone bully you into sharing.
Protect your assets! NTA for not putting bf's name 🏠
Smart move! Don't let him take advantage of you 👍
Independent homeowner sparks discussion on trust and marriage expectations.
🤔 Double standards in relationships: financial vs. emotional commitment
Protect your assets 💰 and avoid gold diggers 👀
Debate ensues over adding boyfriend's name to house title 🏠
Stand your ground, NTA. Don't give away what's rightfully yours. 💪
Love and property: Why this woman chose to keep it solo ❤️🏠
Curious comment sparks discussion about unclear situation with boyfriend's parents.
Boyfriend's name not on house title, NTA wins support 👍
Living separately during dating stage is normal 😊
Protect your assets and your arse, don't put his name.
Boyfriend wants half her inheritance, won't marry her? 🤔
Protect your assets, NTA. Don't give in to unreasonable demands. 💪
Financial expert advises against buying house with non-married partner 💍
Protect your assets, not his ego. Keep the title yours! 💪
Protect your assets, not his ego! 💪🏼👸🏻
Woman not wrong for not putting boyfriend's name on title ✅
NTA, OP! 🙌 It's your asset, not his. Ownership discussion can wait.
Secure your future, not his ego 💰💪
Protect your assets 💰. NTA for not adding partner to title.
Protect your assets 💰 and don't let anyone take advantage
Inheriting a house and getting bullied by boyfriend's parents 😒