Estate Planning For New Families

New families can come about because of marriage, the birth of a child, the adoption of a child, or many other ways. No matter how your new family forms, taking the time to address a variety of estate planning issues can be one of the most important decisions you make. Every new family has estate planning concerns that need to be addressed by a comprehensive estate plan. If you have a new family and have yet to begin addressing these issues, we re going to take a little time to look at what you need to think about. New Families and Emergencies Perhaps one of the most important issues that estate plans address is the question of what happens to you or new families in case someone becomes incapacitated. What would happen if, for example, your new spouse is involved in a car accident and loses the ability to communicate? Would you know what he or she would want you to do? Do you know what kinds of medical choices your spouse would want you to make, or even if you would have the ability


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