This is a tricky situation, but most of Reddit seems to be on the parents‘ side. Let us know what you think:
When these 3 siblings became adults, their parents gave them a choice on whether or not to live with them. If they did, they had to pay rent, but the rent went into a savings account that they got access to later in life. The 2 daughters went this route; however, the son thought that parents should not charge their children to live with them, so he parted ways.
Fast forward 8 years, and the son needs help purchasing a home for his wife and their first child. Because his parents gave his sisters a substantial amount of money to purchase their homes, he thinks he’s entitled to a similar sum. His parents think otherwise, and it’s caused a divide in their family. Keep reading for the full scoop and see what a few Redditors had to say in the comments.