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‘I trust no one!’ My fiancé wants my share of our home if I die, but I have a disabled adult son. Is this the kind of man I should marry?

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MarketWatch
 2021-12-06
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I am getting cold feet about a marriage proposal I accepted this summer, and it’s all about money. Wait — it’s never really about money, but rather what the handling of money represents. We have been together for more than six years, and bought a home...

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TruthSpeakin
12-07

folks need to understand THIS...if you are having doubts, if you have a "GUT" feeling...if your head is saying no...DONT DO IT!!!! follow the heart is the WORST advice ever....FOLLOW YOUR GUT

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Deanne Daly
12-07

A rich man would not care. I would have him financially investigated. And for Goodness sake, do not give in. Protect your son. Go see a lawyer.

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Terri Lloyd
12-07

Hmmm....her son does "not" qualify for SSDI. That changes the story up a bit for me. As a retired special education professional I have to wonder exactly what his disability is and wonder if the fiance knows more than what the mother has shared.

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