Primo and I went to visit Sam and his wife (let's call her Julie) over New Year's. Sam and Primo have known each other since the week before we all started college - they met on the plane from Pittsburgh to Houston.
Sam's brother, who was my next-door dorm neighbor my freshman year, is now the general counsel for an F50 (hang on - checking) F150 company and who, along with Sam, is an experienced, qualified lawyer and who, along with Sam,served as executor and trustee for their great-aunt's estate, their grandmother's estate, and their dad's estate, along with Sam, both told Primo TO RESIGN AS TRUSTEE.
"GET OUT!" they are telling him.
Primo is not sure.
TedsWife sent Primo another email asking for money.
Primo had said Ted and TedsWife needed to send proof of the expenses - invoices from TedsSon's school, etc.
When you submit an expense report at work, do they take you at your word?
No they do not. You have to say the number. You have to give the proof.
Ted and TedsWife seem to think that if they just tell Primo enough times that he needs to give them money, he will do it.
Primo is not going to do it. Not without proof.