Blended Family Planning
It is common today for families to be blended, meaning a family has at least one parent that has a child (or children) from a previous relationship.
Estate Planning for Blended Families
Estate planning for blended families is more complex than for a traditional nuclear family, as there are additional considerations and complexities.
Using an experienced estate planning attorney, blended families can minimize family conflict, and ensure that your wishes and desires are met.