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  • Ways to “Save” Legacy household for orphan legacy children until YA?

    Posted by MagaCarter on June 12, 2022 at 7:51 pm

    We’re talking about guardianship on the discord and I’m wondering if the legacy children have to move in with the guardian (into the guardian’s house) on death of their parent(s). In what ways could the legacy house for them be “saved” until the legacy children are either teenage (16 emancipated) or until they’re YA and the legacy heir can move back in to the legacy house?We’re talking about guardianship on the discord and I’m wondering if the legacy children have to move in with the guardian (into the guardian’s house) on death of their parent(s). In what ways could the legacy house for them be “saved” until the legacy children are either teenage (16 emancipated) or until they’re YA and the legacy heir can move back in to the legacy house?

    Thomas Jaxon replied 1 month ago 3 Members · 4 Replies
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  • amandac

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    September 1, 2022 at 8:12 am
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    I think it would be great to get a notification that the para has passed and left the para the house. They would then have a few days to either sell it or move into the house (if no decision, the house would be sold). Even better, the choice to keep it as a second home for when their children grow up.

    • MagaCarter

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      September 12, 2022 at 8:22 pm
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      I want to be able to “save” legacy houses so random Paras don’t end up in them. So selling the house isn’t an option until Gen 9 gives birth to Gen 10

      I think you might not understand what I was saying With the Sims for people playing legacies technically the heir of the legacy has to live in the house the founder started. So that on the death of the last adult para (but still living minor children) the house can’t be sold. But if the guardian can’t move into the house (because of their own children or something). And the children have to move into the guardian’s household. I want there to be a way to “save” the house so that when the heir is of age (or gets empicated) they can move back into the house to continue the legacy. So the house being sold isn’t an option.

      So the only 2 ideas we got on the discord was:

      Guardian opens it to tenants but save the money for the the children they’re looking after

      Guardian arranges for someone to take care of it until the children are of age/children are teens.

  • amandac

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    October 6, 2022 at 8:08 am
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    Oh, I see. I don’t play legacies (at least not that way). Good ideas/workaround.

  • Thomas Jaxon

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    January 2, 2023 at 7:49 am
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    It is possible to keep a legacy house in the family until the legacy children are ready to move back in. This can be done by having a family member, such as a grandparent, aunt or uncle, take on the responsibility of maintaining the house until the children are ready to move in. It may be necessary to have a legal agreement in place to ensure that the house is not sold or rented out while it is being maintained. The family could also hire a caretaker to make sure that the house is in good condition and that it remains secure. Additionally, the family could set up a trust or other financial arrangement to ensure that the house is taken care of until the children are able to move in.

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