Court may thwart landlord’s post-mortem parenting

Laboz daughters can challenge $20M inheritence terms in court

TRD New York /
Aug.August 05, 2015 09:45 AM

Not even death can’t stop some fathers from micromanaging their children’s lives, but Marlena and Victoria Laboz, daughters of deceased Manhattan landlord Maurice Laboz, can still turn to the courts.

Marlena, 21, and Victoria, 17, will present arguments on Aug. 12 disputing the conditions their father, the former head of Regal Real Estate, set for their $10-million-apiece inheritance, the New York Post reported.

To receive their cash before they turn 35 years old, the daughters must required to fulfill a variety of conditions. Marlena is promised $500,00 in the will if she gets married and her husband signs a prenuptial agreement. She’ll get $750,000 more for graduating from an “accredited university.”

Both daughters would also receive bonuses for having children born in wedlock and for taking care of their mother Ewa.

Maurice Laboz died earlier this year at 77 years old. [NYP] – Ariel Stulberg

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