Design For Life: How can I avoid falling out over a farm?
This week, legal expert Elaine Byrne advises a reader on the best way to come to an agreement with their relatives over ownership of the family farm
I come from a family of five siblings, and everyone besides me was given a site or a property while my father was alive. When my father died, I came home from Canada because there was nobody there to run the farm. My mother told me the farm would be mine some day and it was my duty to come home to do it, even though it meant leaving...
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