Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Out of the will

People are always cautious with their last will and testament. After all, they want to make sure that whatever they pass on to their next of kin will be appreciated. Alternately, they want to make sure that their relatives know that the cat really was the most important thing, and that's why it gets the classic Mustang and the house. Either way, something is being passed on, even if that something is just a crippling feeling of discontent.

But it isn't always the case that an inheritance is passed on. Want advice for the quickest way to get yourself removed from a will? Try killing a grandparent.

Yeah, that's what we thought, too. Not really the best idea. Especially given that the guy didn't succeed, thereby ensuring that his grandmother still has time to amend her will. We're fairly certain that she'll be making that appointment as soon as she can.

The cat didn't even do anything, and it's totally going to come out ahead.

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