Gift intention letter – okay to back out?

A family member is looking for a new job in order to increase their income so that they would no longer require a gift from me to afford their mortgage. I haven’t sent them the money yet since they won’t need it for a month or so, but assuming that they do get a higher paying job, I can back out of this gift intention, right? Or am I legally bound to an intention?

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A family member is looking for a new job in order to increase their income so that they would no longer require a gift from me to afford their mortgage. I haven’t sent them the money yet since they won’t need it for a month or so, but assuming that they do get a higher paying job, I can back out of this gift intention, right? Or am I legally bound to an intention? submitted by /u/cqrmskreit [link] [comments]

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