Estate Planning For Blended Families And Second Marriages

Pre-MaritalIf you have been married once before and are about to enter a new marriage, you may want to consider drafting a pre-marital agreement and updating your estate plan to protect your assets for yourself and your children. Former marriages can cause complications with your assets when you pass, but by utilizing tools such as a Q-tip trust you can ensure your children receive the assets you want them to receive.

Estate planning is critical for blended families — or families that include children from past marriages. When substantial assets are on the line, we can properly plan your estate to minimize the risk of future disputes occurring, protecting your children's security and ensuring a smooth transfer of assets in the future.