You are far too trusting. Pick and choose your battles carefully.
If there's an estate; whether or not Bethany had a will or not, all moneys designated to 'her estate' will be sent there.
Thus this PayPal account.
So.....where do estate monies go after probate? From what I remember from my own personal experience here in Canada. Monies are divided up among surviving members if there's no one contesting the will.
So...Lawrence has set himself up for a nice windfall, possibly.
He's Bethany's father. So having monies funnelled into a PayPal account, pre/post probated will re: Bethany's estate, should send up to some of you...who have some soundness of mind versus emotional Awake/Watchtower knee jerk responses.
Ever see the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes" ? TO-WANDA!
Wanda, open your purse, without question.....do what Lawrence requires of you. Use me as your on-line whipping post. No problem, but you go and empty your purse and or savings. Question everything, INCLUDING ME. <
Lawrence. You are a clever man. Setting up a PayPal account in her name, basically renders some of these monies possibly to you, her mother, your daughter/Bethany's sister. So how can we or you account for the distribution of funds related to Bethany's estate.
You post-JW folks need to pick and choose your battles with the WTBTS, carefully. You are so easy to jump on the band wagon.
Lawrence. You've lost a daughter, which is tragic and sad. But my goodness......most folks here are unable to read all the facts related to all the events that lead up to her unfortunate demise.
No one will read this.
That JGNAT chick, is a smart cookie. Forget what I have to say, but she's balanced. She can say what she wants about my character response about Lawrence, but she does offer up some sensible debate.
I will not apologize for my post, because I think Lawrence Hughs/Hughes (however the hell he spells his surname) is a real wacko!
I stand by that.
I am the Messiah. Believe in me!
Believe that? Come on......
Bethany has not been the only child lost to WTBTS teachings. Nevermind adults: parents (mothers/fathers-grandparents-aunts/uncles).
Try another approach.