-THE NEED FOR SPECIAL ESTATE PLANNING-
Today it is very common to have a blended family situation with step-children from another marriage. When considering estate planning for blended families, there are more opportunities to get it wrong. The stakes are often higher when ensuring your assets are distributed to a current spouse and not an ex, and that your children and stepchildren are treated according to your wishes. Who takes care of the kids if one parent dies? Which assets belong to which spouse?
Working through these details can not only avoid future estate planning hassles, but also help maintain healthy relationships between all parties involved.
Estate Planning Issues to Consider for Blended Families:
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