2020 Jan 30, 6:27am
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It seems embarrassing to me.
Seems like they all just dislike each other and it's a way to get back at siblings for past grievances that are likely childish.
Inherited wealth usually comes too late to do people much good in their lives. Sometimes I’m glad that I never had that possibility to entice me to sleep through my productive years in hopes of an unearned payday in the future.
I know a guy who's parents have both died and he and his siblings were left a house in the bay area as their inheritance...all the siblings are lawyered up and fighting among themselves over the money from the potential sale...he even brags about it as if he is proud that he is suing his siblings...Is that now considered normal and proper behavior? It seems embarrassing to me.
Can you imagine what will happen when Trump dies, and Melania shows up for a pay day, and the ex-wives and their children want their shares, and all the illegitimate children come out of the woodwork and ask for DNA testing? Big lawyer money!