Each spouse may have children from previous relationships, or the new spouses may have children together. One spouse may have a substantial amount of assets in his or her name, and the other spouse may have almost none. When discussing your estate planning goals, we know that you need an attorney who will understand your circumstances and work with your family.
Blending a family and planning for the end-of-life process both present individual, specific difficulties. But, combining them both through second marriage estate planning is doubly challenging and often involves hurt feelings and divergent interests.
At Melone Law, we will work to resolve conflict and find a solution that suits your needs and those of your family.