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If the gift has already been made and received, it cannot be taken back. The gift is complete after you have received it.
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Thank you for the information. However, I do not understand your question. What is her son going to use against you?
Have you already received the gift?
Was the gift contingent on her moving in with you and your wife?
Thank you for the clarification.
The gift is complete and cannot be taken back.
I do not see how the son can use her not moving in immediately against you since there is evidence that she is receiving treatment. He cannot undo a gift that has already been used.
You can only provide the information that you have. In any event, since you have indicated that the gift was not contingent on her moving in with you, then the son cannot get the gift back. The gift has been completed and cannot be rescinded, based on the information that you have provided here.
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