Blended Families

So many families today are blended families and along with them, comes an additional level of potential conflict.  If you are a blended family and either you or your spouse have children from a prior marriage or relationship, you must plan ahead to mitigate potential conflict and ensure the people you love most will be well taken care of with the most ease possible. 

If your children are young, you will want to make sure they are raised by the people you want them to be and in the way you want.  Whether you have a good relationship with your children’s other biological parent or not, there will be many questions left unanswered in how their future will look and who they will spend it with.  We can help you take actions in advance to encourage and guide everyone to work together to ensure your wishes are kept for the rest of your children’s lives.

If you have adult children, there will be questions about how your assets should be handled between your children and a new spouse.  You may want to make sure your spouse is taken care of for the rest of their life, but you also want to make sure your children remain beneficiaries of your assets. 

We can help you plan for all the possible outcomes by educating and empowering you to make the right planning decisions for the people you love.

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