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I need help with my brother in law
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Trish    Posted 11-27-2002 at 13:32:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My brother in law started a big fight in the family and I don't know what to do. Help?

Burrhead    Posted 11-27-2002 at 17:17:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
How big an mean uvuh ole boy izzy anyhow???

He may not want any help.

Tootles    Posted 11-27-2002 at 14:02:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
Wow, can be a mess, I know. No one had a bigger mess than when my mother-in-law died. Talk about not knowing people! Feelings stayed hurt for a long time--from bad things that were said. Sometimes I think its best to just leave things alone for awhile if you can to let tempers cool. AND no matter what, don't say things you will later regret----walk away if it gets this bad! That bad-mouthing behind someone's back doesn't help either. Try to stay calm and rational. Good luck!

DeadCarp - Gramma's cure    Posted 11-27-2002 at 18:09:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
Gramma Nelson was crafty, ended up with a lotta junk and a BIG house in Seattle. and 4 married daughters, so they didn't miss much. (nice enough gals really) But by the time for reading of the will, they had pretty much formed 2 camps and were hoping there wouldn't be problems with "our side".
There weren't! The will said Oggy gets this and Ruby gets that, and the last line said "Anybody contesting this will is automatically excluded"
Case closed. Did i mention she was crafty? :)

LH    Posted 11-27-2002 at 13:51:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well being a retired police officer I can tell you family squabbles can turn serious. Lots of times the best thing is just to forget the issue if thats possible, but if not maybe everyone can sit down and rationally discusse the problem and work things out. If I can help you feel free to e-mail me at the addy above

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