Inheritance is something that may sit well (or not) with anyone, depending on what is being given to beneficiaries. It is something that people create to make sure that they can leave something to their family or offspring.

But as far as the denomination, only the one making the will has a say on that. A man was able to see his father’s latest will and was unhappy.

This stems from the fact that he saw he was set to get something less than his brothers. Two of his brothers were going to get 25% of whatever their dad would leave. As for him, his share was set at 15% which he felt was unfair.

On Reddit, he batted that he should be getting 25% as well because he had a disability and that spent more time with his dad than anyone in the family.

“The reason he gave me and my younger sister less is because our mother is an MD so she makes a good salary as a doctor, and since my half-siblings' mother died long ago, he argues that they won't get the inheritance that we will,” the disgruntled man posted. “My brother and his son also have some mental health issues that he uses to justify the inequality, which has kept my brother from working on occasion throughout his life.”

To get the opinion of people on the thread, he asked if he was wrong for being upset at not receiving the 25% share of the will.

He added that he thought of confronting his dad about it but was thinking about its impact.

Some blasted the man for being selfish while some felt he should be just thankful for getting anything from his dad.

He tried to broaden his case further by comparing his situation with his sisters. In the end, the discussion went nowhere and the thread has since been deleted.

Wills and inheritances are tricky, something that gets in between families. This early, it appears that it is happening on the man whose name was not mentioned in the post.

Representation image: last will and testament
Representation image: last will and testament Photo by Melinda Gimpel on Unsplash

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