My grandmother was killed in a car accident. We are in the Non-Economic Damages stage of the lawsuit. Some of my grandmother's children have not spoken to their Mom before her death very frequently or they used her for her money. How do we prove that in our case when distributing the money? We have no intentions on leaving them out for their loss, but the bottom line is their being greedy. They are only interested because of the money or they would still be using their mother for her money or even stealing from her. We just believe it's not fair for them to get a huge lump sum when they never appreciated their mother when she was around. Needing to know some guidance to prove these facts. Thank you for your time!
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