You guys, I can't even.
Do you remember how I had read the copy of Sly's will that he gave to Primo years ago? And I had said, "But neither you nor your brothers are in here. All the money goes to the grandkids?"
And Primo talked to Sly and Sly said yeah, yeah, yeah, your mother and I need to finish that?
I cannot find that post but I did write it - Sly and Doris' will, all the money to the grandkids.
Which is fine.
They are allowed to give their money to whomever they want.
But isn't it a little bit mean not to give your children even a little bit?
Primo met with the lawyer today.
The lawyer showed the will to Primo.
It was the same one I had seen.
The grandkids split everything four ways. Neither Ted, Jack, nor Primo get anything in the will.
The only saving grace for Primo is that he was the contingency beneficiary of Sly's IRA. Doris was the primary beneficiary. If not for that, Primo would not get a penny. (Again, usual disclaimers about how parents do not owe their children an inheritance.)
But what kind of father does not name his own sons in his will?
Oh - and yes, Primo is the one who has to tell Ted and Jack that they get nothing.
It's going to be an interesting funeral.