Inheritance money can sometimes bring out the worst in people, and this story is no exception. Our young protagonist (19 f) finds herself in a family feud after her great grandmother passed away when she was 7. The inheritance money was supposed to be split between her, her mother, aunt, and grandmother, but there's a catch: she was only supposed to receive her share at 18. Now 19, she's still waiting for her share, and her family isn't exactly being cooperative. 😓 Let's dive into the drama and see how it unfolds.
The Inheritance Money Split 💰
A Delayed Payout ⏳
Mom's Excuse 🤔
Feeling Furious 😡
Polite Request Denied ❌
Taking It to Court ⚖️
Legally Stated, But Family Ties 🤷
Seeking Advice 🙏
Update: Gratitude and Progress 🌟
Attorney Contacted 📞
Court or Settlement? 🤔
Update 2: Refusal and Investigation 🔍
Off to Court! 🏛️
Inheritance Money Woes: Who's the Real Villain? 😈
Our young protagonist is caught in a family feud over inheritance money that was supposed to be split between her, her mother, aunt, and grandmother. Now 19, she's yet to receive her share, and her family isn't being cooperative. In fact, they're downright refusing to give her the money. 😠 After seeking advice and contacting an attorney, she's decided to take the matter to court if her relatives won't cooperate in settling the issue. But wait, there's more! It turns out her mother and the others involved in the will hearing had already spent her share. 😱 Now, it's definitely off to court for this family drama. Let's see what the internet thinks of this situation...
NTA stands up to family member's guilt-tripping tactics 💪
Redditer suspects foul play and advises legal help. 👍
Inheritance theft and family drama. NTA, seek damages 💰
Stealing from a 7-year-old? NTA demands repayment and apology 🤦♀️
Grandma's will says it all. NTA wins inheritance battle 💸
Inheritance money legally yours, NTA. Spend it how you want! 💰
NTA. Get an attorney. Your mom messed up. 🤝
Inheritance drama: commenter suggests sister spent money, not concerned for OP.
Benefactor decides maturity, not family. NTA stands firm.
NTA calls out selfishness in inheritance drama 👀
NTA asserts legal rights over inheritance money. Good luck 🤞
Take what's yours! NTA for taking family to court. 💵
When family steals inheritance money, court won't be kind 💸
Inheritance drama resolved with NTA paying off debts 💸
Assertive commenter defends inheritance rights with righteous indignation 💪
Taking a stand can be costly, but worth it. 💵
Grandma's wishes = your money. NTA. Sue if necessary. 💸
User questions mother's motive for withholding inheritance money.
Inheritance drama: NTA, it's **your money**. Suspicious behavior?
User believes they're NTA for taking family to court 💰
Get legal help ASAP to recover what's rightfully yours 💰
Inheritance money meant for OP, mom likely spent it. NTA 💰
Follow the will as written, not what a third party decides. 💰
Mystery of inheritance money raises questions in family feud 🤔
NTA. Get a copy of the will and record conversations. 👍
NTA wants inheritance money, mom won't give. Legal action advised. 💸
NTA. Inheritance theft? Legally yours. Prove it. Mother's selfish.
Consult a probate attorney to stop mother from spending inheritance 💰
Respect the law and grandma's wishes, NTA stands strong! 💪
A blunt comment with no sympathy or hope for resolution.
NTA stands for not the a**hole. The commenter believes that the family members keeping the inheritance money are the real a**holes and that they are just making excuses. They suggest that if the family were really concerned, they would have given the money at 18 and talked about financial decisions.
Investing in education is crucial, student loans are inhumane 💰🎓
Grandmother's last wishes ignored, inheritance money taken. NTA stands up.
Standing up to financial abuse. Good on you! 💪
Parent's hurtful behavior needs to stop, but longing for specific gender normal.
User empathizes with commenter's situation and advises against prioritizing money 💸
Inheritance money withheld, go to court to claim it 💸
Is it wrong to want to keep an inheritance? 🤔
Inheritance drama, NTA deserves every dime 💰💸
Family feud over inheritance money turns ugly, court battle ensues 💰⚖️
Mother may want to give inheritance later. NTA for now.
Family loans gone wrong, still waiting after 30 years 💸
User receives support and plans to take relatives to court 👏
Check the will before hiring a lawyer. #NTA 👍
Family steals inheritance, gets mad when called out. 👍
Don't let the banks profit off your inheritance money! 💰💸
Stand up for what's yours 💪, don't let them guilt you.
Money is yours by right, but be ready for family storm 🌪
Defending the right to spend inheritance money 💰💸
Take legal action! 💼 Your family isn't always innocent. 👀
Get a lawyer and buckle up, the money is probably gone 💸
Don't let family drama take what's rightfully yours 💸💰
Fight for inheritance money and executorship against manipulative mother and aunt.
Investment advice sparks legal action in inheritance dispute 💰
Sibling inheritance dispute ends in court. NTA wins.
Mother spent inheritance money, accuses OP of doing the same 👎
Legal entitlement to inheritance money, NTA wins this round 💪
Inheritance advice: Take control of your own finances 💰
Family loyalty doesn't justify betrayal. NTA should fight legally 👊