I didn't say it in my earlier posts but I'm also very sorry to hear about your dad.
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01-02-2016 19:49 #41
02-03-2016 20:38 #42
How are you going OP?
06-03-2016 19:54 #43
If I were in your situation, and this is without getting legal advice, I would put all the inheritance immediately into a discretionary trust with myself and children as beneficiaries. He can be a beneficiary too, as long as you are the trustee. Then use the money to buy a property or something that would accumulate wealth over time and earn you some income. He will get the benefit of rental income while you are still together but if you break up, he will have absolutely no entitlement to the assets of the trust.
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