The OP asks:
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The OP explained her complicated family relationships:
The OP's nephew was raised by her parents:
Recently, her parents told her they wanted to split the inheritance between the three of them:
But the OP said she has kids too, and it's not fair to them:
The parents agreed, but her brother got upset, and they had an argument:
Her nephew is not upset over this, but he still thinks it's a bit of a Karen move:
The OP is not in the wrong
If the nephew got a portion, then the other grandchildren should too
"The grandparents don't need justification for what they do with their money"
"YTA, your nephew and your kids are not the same in this situation"
"It's your parent's money, not yours, to share after all"
The parents are favoring one grandchild
Fair is fair
The OP should be more sympathetic
"Would you be saying the same thing if they had simply adopted a third child?"
While many Redditors said that the OP should be more sympathetic to her nephew's situation, most of them said that she has the right to fight for her own children, too. So, according to them, the OP is not in the wrong for making her parents exclude her nephew out of their will.