Planning is Vital for Non-Cookiecutter Families
Written by Bogutz and Gordon
Estate planning is particularly important if you have what is considered a non-traditional family situation. “Non-traditional,” though, more and more, IS the norm. Planning is absolutely crucial if:
- You have a significant other but are not married.
- You have been married more than once.
- Have children from a previous relationship.
- Have children by more than one partner.
- Have beneficiaries who cannot manage funds for one reason or another.
This article gives some tips to consider.