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Would you still help them if they are not doing well financially because of choices they made in life ?
I know of a situation where the children are in their mid-forties. Never managed to save enough to buy a house, so the parents paid for a house... These children never seem to manage their money well (big spenders), now the roof needs replacing and the parents are thinking of helping them.
The children's family car was getting run down, for the sake of safety, the parents paid for a new car.