I promised a dear friend of mine that I would ask a question for her. "Gloria" is 92 and has 2 sons. Her 1st born son has always been a blessing to her & all the people he comes in contact with, son #2 is more the selfish type. When Gloria made her will many years ago, she left everything equally divided between the sons. As the years have passed, she has regrets of not leaving more to #1 son since he helps her so much, very supportive & kind. Son #2 is very noisy about her estate and even demands to see her legal documents from time to time. Gloria has considered having her will redone but is afraid it will cause an uproar with son #2 if he found out about it. Gloria spoke to son #1 about wishing to leave him more of her estate and he suggested she sign a Promissory Note for the amount she wishes to leave him and that way she would not have to redo her will. She wouldn't actually borrow the money from son #1 but son #2 wouldn't know about the Promissory Note until after her death. Would that be a good way to deal with leaving son #1 more money without having to redo her will? Please let me know what you think so I can tell Gloria. Thanks!