Why Second Marriage Estate Planning is Critical
When you get remarried in Massachusetts having an estate plan becomes even more critical because without proper legal planning state law will control how your assets get passed on. If you have children from your prior marriage and you haven’t created a plan that will protect them, then you assets could be passed on entirely to your new spouse and those assets might not get to your kids.
Attorney Andrew Garcia of The Living Together Law Center, a division of Phillips Garcia Law in Dartmouth explains:
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