When the elderly in the family passes away, will harm the children and grandchildren if leaving these three things

4 min readMar 30, 2024

As the saying goes: “A tree wants to be quiet but the wind does not stop; a child wants to be raised but cannot be kissed.”

Our parents are the closest people to us. They gave us life and they gave us a warm home.

They are the people who love us the most in this world, and they are the people we should repay throughout our lives.

However, some people may say, if my parents leave when I am still very young, what should I do in the future? How should I repay my parents for their upbringing?

This is a very real problem.

If your parents leave you when you are very young, there is nothing you can do to repay them. Because they no longer exist in this world.

Therefore, whether the parents are present or not, this is an unchangeable fact.

But if an elderly person dies in the family, do not leave these three things to your children.

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1. Leaving behind unclearly divided property

As the saying goes: “A drop of kindness should be repaid by a spring.”




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