Estate planning for blended families can be a complex (and sometimes touchy) subject. It can be difficult to consider how to divide and who should be in charge of assets when you die. This becomes more challenging if there are children from past marriages. Most spouses want to fairly divide assets between their partners and children, but how can you be sure that happens?
On this week’s #WebinarWednesday replay, Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney Bob Mannor discusses why an “old-fashioned” Will or Trust may not work for your family. Watch the replay below to learn why Estate Planning for Blended Families is so important.
What To Do Next?
To avoid the “Wicked Stepmother” scenario it’s important to have a plan. It’s also important to note that not just any plan will work for your unique situation. If you don’t already have an estate plan that protects your blended family from undue grief or stress during a difficult time, it’s important to contact a qualified Estate Planning Attorney. If you’re a Michigan resident, you can contact Mannor Law Group to discuss your concerns and schedule a consultation with our legal team.