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Senior Moments A trust can protect your children’s inheritance if you remarry

Posted: Monday, May 23, 2011 6:18 pm

If you have children with someone other than your current spouse, you may inadvertently disinherit your children if you are not careful with your estate planning.  

If you have remarried and each of you prepare typical basic wills, the wills may likely state that everything goes to the surviving spouse; but, if the spouse is also dead, then everything goes to the children, Betty and John.

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