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Wedding season is upon us, and while many brides and grooms are preparing for their big day by picking out flowers, dresses and cakes, one of the most important decisions an engaged couple can make is likely being overlooked.Most people already...
Most men who lose their wives are likely to remarry within a year and a half, but when they do so, their estate could become the property of their new spouse and their spouse's children, accidentally disinheriting their own children.
How can I keep my son's wife from getting his inheritance? Its funny but during the course of most discussions between husbands and wives involving the distribution of assets to children, our clients express concern about what I call the "Evil Spouse." Normally this comes up during the part of our process where we are discussing how everything is ultimately going to go pass to beneficiaries after both husband and wife have died.