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Re: Where do tools go ?

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11-09-2013 18:17:01

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Just want to add: if you plan on leaving them to multiple heirs, Try to have some plan worked out IN WRITING about them. One of my relatives married late in life (50) and after being diagnosed with cancer. He"s gone now. (Killed by a falling tree-so you never know whats going to get you.)

His wife and his nephew just had a big arguement
over who gets his tools. Promised to nephew before wife was in the picture and nephew has been earning a living with them for several years on cars and lawnmowers.

Now wife decides they are hers and wants him to give them up.

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11-12-2013 08:24:45

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 Re: Where do tools go ? in reply to t.r.k., 11-09-2013 18:17:01  
Tools? What tools?

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11-11-2013 11:34:39

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 Re: Where do tools go ? in reply to t.r.k., 11-09-2013 18:17:01  
Even in a community property state like the one I live in, a person's property which is owned outright before marriage does not become community property. I'd guess that all the nephew would have to do would be to say that his uncle gave him the tools. Not intended to, but did. The wife would have a hard time proving that that was not the case.


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11-09-2013 18:40:33

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 Re: Where do tools go ? in reply to t.r.k., 11-09-2013 18:17:01  
Not a lawyer, but tell him that the tools have no title, etc to show proof of ownership. That being the case, possession is 9/10......In other words if the tools were given to him there"s not a lot she can do because there is no way for her to PROVE that they aren"t his to begin with.

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