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Jimmy Lefton


With more than 50 percent of first marriages failing and 75 percent of the partners remarrying, “blended” families — which include children from earlier unions — have become the norm. If your family is blended, be careful when planning your estate and make sure you understand the difficulties at hand.

This article discusses Blended Family Basics : what can happen following a divorce without an estate plan in place.  The prior spouse could receive the assets. Plan and be prepared.

Article shared by Jimmy Lefton, Esq. Visit his website 513Divorce  June 10, 2013 


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