DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: Our family is divided over whether our brother should have to repay the money he borrowed from our father. My two brothers think Ritchie needs to make good on the loans. But my sister and I want to let it drop.
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: My older sister has been a terror in our family since she was young. Stella is a domineering, vengeful alpha-dog. No family member is allowed to challenge her, ever, and she screams insults at anyone who dares to try. Our parents, when they were older, were so afraid of her that they called her The Boss.
When David and I got married, we agreed formally, in a prenuptial agreement to keep our money separate so that each of us can leave what we have to our children from our first marriages. Unfortunately, Davids only child, John, whos a lawyer, never manages to live on his income. Now David is seriously considering giving his son a large, six-figure loan so John can quit his job and start his own law firm