I raised my granddaughter from a baby. I have a son. Upon my death, if I leave house to both of them, does my son have say so over her whether to sell or keep the house ???
ANSWER BY MARGARET CROSS-BELIVEAU:
If you leave it to them equally, he doesn’t legally have more of a say that your granddaughter. However, is she is a minor, he can control the asset as her guardian.
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