New family structures need updated directives and documentation
Honor Your Vows and Protect Your Expanded Family
Without proper estate planning for blended families, your children and new spouse could face major legal complications at the worst possible time. Assets representing a lifetime of hard work can be lost in short order.
If you already have an estate plan from a previous marriage, Merhab Robinson & Clarkson can help bring it up to code so that it protects your newly blended family. This includes titling your respective assets in the names of both spouses and designating one another as the primary beneficiary of your respective retirement plans and life insurance policies.
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Are You Single with a Minor Child? If So, You Need a Plan
You have a minor child who depends on you for their survival, so you need to make sure that they will be cared for if
What Happens to Elvis’s Legacy Now?
Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, died in 1977. Like most celebrities of his stature, he left behind a complicated legacy—and a considerable
Garn–St Germain Act: What You Need to Know
It is important to let your estate planning attorney know if you own real estate that is subject to a mortgage. Most mortgages include due-on-sale
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