DEAR DEIDRE: MY partner has made a new will, leaving all he has to his 30-year-old daughter.
I love his girl but it seems unfair as he knows I’ve left him a two-thirds share of my estate with a much smaller share to my sons.
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We’ve been together for 22 years.
I’m 65 and he’s 62.
He’s wonderful and a kind, loving partner who made me feel special after my painful divorce.
Neither of my two grown-up sons has much time for me since, so I changed my will in favour of my partner.
Now his aunt has died, leaving him her house.
He’s made this new will, which leaves nothing to me.
Does he love me?
DEIDRE SAYS: I worry when people muddle love and money.
Why not try to heal the rift with your sons?
You love your partner’s daughter and he may think you agree with his plan, especially if you have sufficient means without his money and his daughter could do with it.
Be open-minded but talk this over together.
I am sure there is a compromise there.
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