The pitfalls of sharing a property

A shared property means all owners must agree before it can be sold. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE - If you have a property that you want to give to your children, you should consider the various implications before you hand over shares to them.

Money, stocks or even assets such as gold can easily be divided or sold but it's harder to share or enjoy the inheritance if not all of the children live in the property.

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