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Can I prevent a daughter-in-law or son-in-law from benefitting from my child’s inheritance if they get a divorce?

You can definitely prevent a former son-in-law or former daughter-in-law from getting your child’s inheritance. What they need to do or what you need to do is really to plan for you. You can either instruct your child to no co-mingle their inheritance with their other assets or you can provide for a trust for your child so that the divorcing spouse cannot attach that asset.

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