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Vlog: How to Divorce-Proof your Children’s Inheritance

A simple video tutorial addressing a concern held by many parents of adult children.

This is an an issue that troubles many Mums & Dads of adult children. We think the word of our children's spouses, but even so, if our child's marriage broke down, we wouldn't want our child's inheritance to be snatched by the divorce courts in favour of our son- or daughter-in-law. 

Asking your child to consider a prenup won't deliver much protection - if any! - and will cause terrible trouble in the family. So, what to do?

This short video tutorial from Gina answers that question.

 

Click here to watch the video

 

 

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