Erin on TAL
"Settling the Score. During World War II, a young Jewish girl was taken in by a Catholic family in Poland as most of the rest of her family was murdered in the Holocaust. Sixty years later, her daughter Erin decided to go to Poland and meet the family who saved her mother. After a tearful reunion, the family now needed Erin's help. They explain that the building they live was offered to them by Erin's family in exchange for keeping her mother safe during the war.
But, no proper transfer of the building had ever occurred, and the family was now saddled with legal and financial problems. Problems that they needed Erin to help fix. Erin immediately agreed to help, but now after years of effort and thousands of dollars, Erin is still trying to transfer the building to the second wife of the son of the woman who saved her mother, asking how far do you go to repay this kind of debt?"