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Asked on: 11/09/12, 10:47 am

In 2005 my then underaged son won a slip n fall lawsuit. I was commissioned as his legal guardian to put the award away for two years. I invested the principle of $4000 in my younger brother's realty business with the agreement that at the end of the two years the principle as well as interests would be returned to my son. Closing in on the two years my brother decides to cut all contact with us, no visits like usual, no phone calls, no return or accepted phone calls. When my son would reach his uncle, he'd complain that he was cursed out. Since then my brother and his family has spent several thousands of dollars, there has been no apology, no payment arrangements, nothing! I didn't sue my brother because we were not raised that way and still I tried reaching him to make some kind of sense of this mess and maybe get him to promise a pay. Is it too late to sue and does my son have to be the one to bring the suit.

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