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as the title suggests this is kind of strange, and im not even sure if anyone can help, but here goes,

i am 26 now, in 1994 (i was 14) my dad died at work, basically because my mum and dad were not married the lump sum pension was given to my sister and myself, it was about £55k each, to be put in trust for when we were 25,

but against the familys wishes they invested the money in the stock market, whereas we wanted to buy a house each and rent it out until such time my sister and needed it, back then £55k would have bought a nice 3 bed semi which would now be worth over £200k. plus all of accumulated rent ect. BUT of course they were not interested in this, they just wanted to gamble our money in the stock market and it hardly made anything, if fact my sister (who is younger) could even loss money!

 

so my question is, is there anything that can be done to try and claim back that lost revenue that could have been if they would have bought a house in the first place? I am now married with two kids, with a 3 bedroom house but with a massive mortgage but £55k would have bought this house back then.

 

thank you very much

Paul

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