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I am a single mother who has had to work really hard to give my only daughter a good life. Thankfully, God blessed the work of my hands and my food processing company now has branches all over the country. Lately, I have been thinking about planning my estate and writing a Will since I am now a grandmother. Naturally, the bulk of my assets will go to my daughter.

The problem is her husband. As it is, he basically lives off my daughter’s income and my goodwill. I am worried that he will squander everything I have worked hard for. Is there a way to bequeath my property to my daughter without her husband also having rights to them, especially as she now formally goes by his name?


~ 8 months ago apprehended said:
Yo matter get weight small, but nothing wey hard wey knife no fit slice. I must tell u tho.. if all dis yo matter u sitdown for ground correct sharp sharp then u don work give monkey shop o. Meet me in ma chambers for some frank serious yern, some u no go lik.. some u go somewht lik butttt.. well inbox me. Goodluck.

~ 8 months ago gogoman said:
but if na the guy get money, you will be claiming MOTHER INLAW right!! very stingy of u

~ 8 months ago arsenal14 said:
Yes mir
I understood u clearly, but sorry, if your daughter already have children. Some should go for them. But how to go about that will be left for ur mind to decide the percentage
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~ 8 months ago EDDYPRINCE said:
Wat I will say here is that you are just assuming the husband will squander everything coz now he basically lives on your daughter, and u have companies all over the country, why not engage your son in law into your business now so u can actually know if he can squander or not. Help the young man to be who u want him to be and will whatever to your only surviving daughters and her family. When you get them involve then u will be rest assured your property is in safe hands. Goodluck
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~ 8 months ago K01abinibi said:
stingy woman, will your assets to SOS
some females are just stingy. if it is the son in-law that owe so much money there wont be an offense if your daughter inherit him even after his death. This is how you prepare your daughter to live seperated in her marriage. i smell another broken home. stingy woman, will your assets to SOS

~ 7 months ago smusher said:
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~ 5 months ago Ecosystem98 said:
is a happily married woman i guess with her husband. they both own the property. its theirs. or you may want to leave the property right where they are and make her next of kin with her former surname. come to think of it, men marry women who don' t work, but when men don' t have work, the ladies wouldn' t want to share anything. is it good this way? you can give me some to take care for you. just inbox me. am on the verge of my masters it could help me.
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