The estate, according to the poster, was worth about $665,145, after taxes.
A woman has received criticism online for speculating why her colleague is still working, despite a huge recent inheritance.
Being unable to locate a last will, or the most recent one, can cause "serious family disputes and often separation," according to the U.S. Will Registry website.
"I feel terrible and I don't know if I'm entitled to his money but I can't deny that I'm tempted," she admitted.
How do I safeguard my assets so that when I die it goes where I want it to go, and not to any of my husband's children?
"I don't trust your wife around it. You should seriously consider giving it to your son for safekeeping." one Redditor said.
Lynora Silverman found a long note inscribed on an envelope inside the bag, which she proceeded to read to her viewers.
A woman on Mumsnet has asked what to do about her partner's dodgy spending habits as she secretly came into some money thanks to an inheritance.
"Sister died 11 YEARS ago! He didn't read the letter for 11 years!" one user pointed out.
The woman was praised online over her decision not to have her boyfriend on the house title.
"Oh good luck. I am still waiting on my brother to give me the remainder of my inheritance from 9 years ago," one user said.
Mumsnet users said the dad was "allowed" to be happy after losing his wife to cancer five years ago.
"It's incredibly selfish of your sister to demand the money for another round of IVF when your brother's family needs it way more," one user commented.
"I first developed cancer when I was 27, went into remission at 29," he said. "But there is a good chance it will come back."
Newsweek asked lawyers Jamie Zuckerman and Alison Zinn to advise a reader whose sisters stole money from his son's trust fund.
"So much hurt is caused by mismatched expectations," said one commenter on the viral post.
Despite no longer fulfilling royal duties, Harry and Andrew could still find themselves sitting on the British throne.
A popular Mumsnet post has sparked a debate about how parents should treat their children in their will.
Legally, "if you want your stepchildren to inherit from you, you must specifically name them as beneficiaries."
"My parents and siblings discuss what of my grandparents would be sold and taken... while my grandfather was laying right there in bed as they discussed this!"
"He probably knew she didn't really love him and was just an entitled gold digger," one Reddit user wrote.
"They have a family of their own to inherit from," wrote one commenter in response to the post.
She refused to give him any of the money and said "the inheritance belongs only to her"—so he's hit back
"I was expecting him to at least take us on holiday but he hasn't mentioned it," the spouse said.
"Such a wholesome idea." TikTok applauded the teen's mom for creating a "beautiful memory" for her daughter to enjoy.
"My mom looked guilty about it until she finally admitted they used some of what my dad left me to buy the house," the teenager said.
"She had an inheritance from my grandparents & didn't give me a penny of that," their adult child raged.
"Do you really expect someone to live their life differently so that you can get an inheritance to travel?" a user commented. "Wow!"
The daughter explained in a viral social media post that her mom did not inform her about the changes before dying.
"Your brother is right, you sound like a gold digger," one user commented.