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Marital Relationships are Important Considerations in Estate Planning
The best time to talk with an estate planner regarding formulation of a new plan or updating of an existing plan is at the time that major changes in your life occur. This could be marriage, divorce, death of a spouse or the terminal or long-term illness of a spouse. Contact Stan for an appointment to discuss how to prepare a plan that addresses any and all of these and will be easily adapted over time and as life’s situations change for you and your spouse.
What Women Need to Know About Estate Planning
Women outlive men, make less during their careers and have less in savings due to pay discrepancies and time taken out of the workforce to raise their families. Here are a few things that women, in particular, need to know about estate planning: Minor children can be...
Estate Planning for Blended Families
The term “blended family” has become commonplace in our society and refers to a family where one or both spouses were previously married and have children from the prior marriage. In some instances, the new couple goes on to have children of their own. With children,...