My dad passed away five years ago. He did leave a will on how he wanted his estate to be dispersed, but only if his current wife was also deceased. She was not, so she got everything. My dad has four biological children from his first two wives, and had none with the third wife, his widow when he passed away. Is this even possible?
My stepmother inherited my late father’s estate—how can I get my fair share?
Father Step-daughter and Step-mother - re-desire.info
Verified by Psychology Today. When I first began researching my book Stepmonster six years into marrying a man with kids from a previous partnership, one fact hit me square in the forehead: over and over, people with stepparents who heard about my project let me know that they liked their stepdads just fine. In fact, in many cases, they loved them, even considered them "another dad. As one woman in her thirties told me, "I know it's not about me, because I love my stepdad. He's a great guy. My stepmother on the other hand--I can't stand her. This theme--nice stepdad, "horrible" stepmom--was remarkably common, as was the tendency to consider a stepfather "another parent " but a stepmother more like "my father's wife," even when the relationship between the stepchild of any age and the stepmother was good.
Why Your Step-kids Hate You (and What to Do About It)
In their eyes, you are new, you are strange, you are temporary, and you are disposable. That can change with time. With some patience, empathy, and clear, consistent boundaries, your step-kids will grow to trust, connect with, and maybe even like you.
The stepdaughter turns her back, while the stepson eagerly returns a hug. The stepfather gets a kiss when he drops the kids off, the stepmother rates only a half-hearted wave. From the gripping testimony of Amy Senser's stepdaughter to the new remakes of the Snow White movie, unavoidable drama and deep cultural archetypes are at play in the relationship between stepmothers and stepdaughters.