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21-02-2012, 01:06   #1
patjack
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wayward single parent - who hasn't grieved properly

Hi all, going to keep it brief, basically uncle hasn't properly grieved since his wife has died and is trying to bring up 4 children. He is drinking heavier than normal and is in a new relationship. The new relationship is more a symptom of the problem than the cause. Anyway long story short, he has a fab home on 6 acres, 3 of which he has recently sold privately for below market value out of desperation for money. Bearing in mind his weekly entitlements, his wifes life assurance, no mortgage and the single parent allowance. So basically in the last year and a half he has p***ed through 150 k with nothing to show. We are unsure where all the money is going. So we just want to ensure that the remaining 3 acres and home remain there until the children are all 18. Is there anyway this can be enforced upon him either with his consent or more forcibly? thanks
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23-02-2012, 07:32   #2
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Hi all, going to keep it brief, basically uncle hasn't properly grieved since his wife has died and is trying to bring up 4 children. He is drinking heavier than normal and is in a new relationship. The new relationship is more a symptom of the problem than the cause. Anyway long story short, he has a fab home on 6 acres, 3 of which he has recently sold privately for below market value out of desperation for money. Bearing in mind his weekly entitlements, his wifes life assurance, no mortgage and the single parent allowance. So basically in the last year and a half he has p***ed through 150 k with nothing to show. We are unsure where all the money is going. So we just want to ensure that the remaining 3 acres and home remain there until the children are all 18. Is there anyway this can be enforced upon him either with his consent or more forcibly? thanks
It's his money and his right to do with it whatever he wants... New relationship have anything to do with money disappearing. Hard to drink through that much money.
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