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    It also varies between situations in each family, the age and mentality of the children. I know of a family patriarch who distributed his wealth before he passed away but mainly because his children were already grown up and generally successful, and he knew he and his wife would be cared for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    It also varies between situations in each family, the age and mentality of the children. I know of a family patriarch who distributed his wealth before he passed away but mainly because his children were already grown up and generally successful, and he knew he and his wife would be cared for.
    That is good for them, bro.

    But from an outsider's point of view,- that is bordering on the dangerous ...



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    ^^^ That really depends on how well you really know your children and if they were brought up with the correct and proper values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [archie] View Post
    I think it's a standard na bigay talaga house sa girl na anak.

    Well ganon samin. Reason is mas dehado girl kung sakali may saltik maging asawa.

    Boys should be able to provide for his future or present family.
    House is for the youngest boy in the family although unmarried girls should stay.

    Why is it for the youngest boy? Read your last sentence.

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