How to stop siblings from fighting over parents' properties

Disputes will inevitably erupt and siblings often end up in painful and expensive legal tussles. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - If you do not want to give your share of a property away, you should think twice about including a joint owner to the title.

Some parents include their children's names on their property for administrative convenience and for mortgages, but they have no intention of letting these children own the real estate when they die.

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