Estate Planning in May-December Relationships

In a May-December relationship, one partner is significantly younger, or older, then the other. While these types of relationships are common, they also come with some significant estate planning concerns that both partners need to be aware of. Today we are going to take some time to look at the kinds of issues that people in May-December relationships may need to consider when creating an estate plan of their own. May-December Relationships and Blended Families In relationships where one partner is significantly older than the other, the older partner will sometimes have children from previous relationships. At the same time, the younger partner may not have any children. This blending together of different kinds of families and relationships can complicate the estate planning process, which is one reason why it so important for May-December couples to discuss these issues as soon as possible. For example, the older spouse who has children from a previous relationship may want to cre


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