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why children fight over their inheritances

Thoughtlessly planning your last will and testament is the top reason why children fight over their inheritances. If you think the “template” you discovered by mail is a huge step forward, think again. Familiar storylines on daytime TV highlight jealousy, distrust, anger and even crime over the bigger piece of the pie you leave behind.

Leaving your children a well-crafted, prayerfully made last will and testament will set the harmony in your family moving forward. It is your last act as a parent, to ensure your children are bonded well.


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Sibling rivalry

I think the first recorded sibling fight was between Cain and Abel (read Genesis 4). Today, we can see that every family has a child fighting with another for a reason or two. As a parent,  one of your responsibilities is to keep family harmony. Early, open and honest communication is key and communicating your intentions and expectations during your lifetime will reduce family stress and unwelcome surprises for your loved ones.

Most importantly, bring God’s word into every discussion. A thoughtfully, prayerfully crafted will and testament will guide your children in the years ahead.

In this episode: Alex Cook, CEO of joins Australia’s Vision Christian Radio20Twenty radio program with host Neil Johnson.

Episode 153 of the ChristianWealth audio podcast.


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