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Easy steps to create a living will

Updated on October 26, 2013

How to create a living will & make a lasting impression on your ignorant children.

So you have some money but you don't want to give a dime to your children. This is very common, but people often make mistakes allowing their grubby kids to get some of your hard earned money. This lens is dedicated to teaching you some fool proof ways to spreading your wealth outside of your bloodlines.

Donate your riches to questionable charities

The easiest way to stiff your kids out of your inheritance is to give away your money before you expire. But here's how you can kick it up a notch to really make your decision last long after you're gone. Give your money to oddball charities so your kids will be scratching their heads as to why you chose to give money to an Anti-Arson Fund (for example) instead of giving them some cash.

My personal favorite is the Bernie Madoff Fund. This is set up to support Madoff's grandchildren and children so they can try to live the lifestyle that their father made so commonplace for them. This ought to drive your kids nuts when they find out that 95% of your riches went to SUPPORT Madoff. Ha Ha! Who's the loser now?

Create a fake will that is guaranteed to disappoint them when you die

Ok, here's where it gets really fun. You grossly overestimate the money that you have and then draft a fake will which lists your children as the beneficiaries of your estate and cash. Who knows, maybe they will even anticipate your death and start spending as is if they are about to get a giant windfall. Imagine the look on their faces when they find out the truth! It's a shame you won't be around to enjoy it, but it will be worth it's weight in gold.

Give the actual inheritance to the bully that made your kid's life difficult

This is the grand finale. Once they realize that they won't be getting any money, they will be crushed. I'm not sure how to describe the feelings they will have when they find out that their school age bully will be the one receiving the payday. It's extra funny if the bully is rich and doesn't even need the money. Ha Ha!

Any feedback or ways to make this process meaner?

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      GuyB LM 4 years ago

      @Commandrix: Nope-must be a nonsense charity.

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      Heidi 5 years ago from Benson, IL

      Funny Lens. But then, kids ought to learn that if they want money, they have to earn it. I would say, instead of the Bernie Madoff fund, give the money to a relatively unknown but still reputable charity. They're out there; try to find a good one.

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      GuyB LM 5 years ago

      @I-sparkle: You have assumed wrong-CHIEF

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      I-sparkle 7 years ago

      Very funny. I assume that you have more humor to impart at a later day. Looking forward to reading more.

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      catluvrcook 7 years ago

      Better idea, give it all to me, o sry i mean the Scarlett Ann Grey fund!

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      ChemKnitsBlog2 7 years ago

      There are some princes in Nigeria who could use some help, why not help the good cause, and then increase what you have, too? ;)