Planning for Blended Families
Many of our clients are blended, with children of the husband, children of the wife and/or children from both spouses. Estate planning for blended families can require special planning. You may consider your step children to be your own. But, if you haven’t adopted them, they have no inheritance rights. Below is a link to an excellent article from the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys about estate planning involving step children.
Riverside estate planning lawyer Dennis Sandoval is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys and its former Director of Education. His practice specializes in estate planning and elder law, especially planning for couples with blended families of all levels of wealth. if you would like to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers who specialize in estate planning, call us at 951-787-7711.
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