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Estate planning for second marriages.

Estate planning for second marriages.

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Published by Pennsylvania Bar Institute in [Harrisburg, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pennsylvania.
    • Subjects:
    • Estate planning -- Pennsylvania.,
    • Remarriage -- Pennsylvania.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesPBI ;, no. 1994-887, PBI (Series) ;, no. 1994-887.
      ContributionsPennsylvania Bar Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFP140.Z9 E85 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 133 p. :
      Number of Pages133
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1124680M
      LC Control Number94066045
      OCLC/WorldCa30924951

      At the death of the second spouse, estate tax is due on all of that spouse’s property, including the assets that were held in the QTIP trust. For deaths in , federal estate tax will be owed only if the assets exceed $ million in value. (The figure for deaths was $ million.). If you’re interested in learning more about second marriage planning in Jacksonville and our estate planning services as part of our unique Family Estate and Legacy Program, please book your free minute phone call with us today! Book Your Free Call.

        What Estate Planners Need to Know about Premarital Agreements, Divorce and Planning for Second Marriages. CLE 90 min What Estate Planners Need to Know about Premarital Agreements, Divorce and Planning for Second Marriages. Nov. 03 Events | Webinar The Most Important Elements, Clauses and Ideas for Trust Design. Estate Planning Considerations For A Second Marriage. Today, many people have been married more than once and may have children from more than one relationship. As blended families become more common, new estate planning challenges arise. Not every family blends as seamlessly as the members of that well-known sitcom family The Brady Bunch.

      Practice Area Estate Planning for Second Marriages. One of the biggest concerns in estate planning for second marriages is making sure each spouse’s share of the estate ends up with the desired beneficiary. Traditional estate planning distributes an estate to the spouse and then to the children however, that may not comply with ones wishes.   By Judy Martel When it comes to estate planning for a blended family, the concept of "yours, mine and ours" can complicate the process to the .


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Estate planning for second marriages Download PDF EPUB FB2

There is no one solution that Estate planning for second marriages. book right for every situation. Your estate planning team needs to understand your goals and desires for all the children. If the second marriage occurs when the children are adults, the considerations are usually financial.

If. The first step in reevaluating estate plans after second marriage is to take stock of the family situation generally. For example, the second marriage may involve his children, her children and their children. Depending on the circumstances, some family members need more support due to Author: The Wealth Advisor.

Estate Planning for Blended Families is the first book for parents in second marriages who want to provide both for their current spouse and their children from the current and prior marriages.

Author Richard Barnes has years of experience guiding couples through the process of setting goals, discussing competing priorities, and choosing 4/4(44).

Estate Planning and Second Marriages, Part Two: Solutions In Part One, we looked at some of the planning issues that arise in second marriages. Planning that often works well in a first marriage—owning property jointly with your spouse and naming your spouse as beneficiary of insurance policies and retirement benefits—usually doesn’t.

Estate Planning Estate Planning for Second Marriages In first marriages, the couple generally has the same goals when it comes to their estate planning: take care of the surviving spouse for as long as he or she lives, then whatever is left will go to the children.

Estate Planning in Second Marriages In a second (or third or subsequent) marriage, a spouse may feel torn between the needs of their current spouse and the needs of children from an earlier marriage.

These children may worry that the parent’s current spouse will exhaust their inheritance, especially if your spouse does not have a good. Estate planning for blended families (second marriage and step-children) require special planning to ensure your spouse and your children are protected.

The older you are when you remarry, the more likely it is that you're bringing assets into the marriage — retirement savings, life insurance policies, brokerage accounts, real estate and the like.

In second marriages the complications and challenges created by blended families multiply. Here are a few of the financial, legal, and estate planning issues to. In this day and age, it is not uncommon to remarry after a divorce or the death of a spouse.

Often in these remarriages, one or both spouses have children from a prior marriage. These blended families can pose some challenging estate planning issues for the newlyweds. If you die before your new spouse, how do you ensure that both your new spouse and your children from your first marriage.

If you are planning a second marriage you are likely a bit older and a bit wiser than the first time around. Probably, you wish to avoid past mistakes. Estate Planning for a Second Marriage allows you to apply those hard learned lessons. We are happy to walk you through your options in.

Estate Planning for Second Marriages When people are in love, they are not usually preoccupied with death; they are focused on living. Second marriage situations, however, present issues that should be discussed and addressed, especially when there are children from a first marriage.

Estate Planning For Second Marriages Americans continue to divorce and remarry at record rates. When one or both spouses in the second marriage have children from the first marriage, proper estate planning is essential to protect the children from the first marriage. Thus, today’s topic of Florida estate planning for second marriages is an important one for those who’ve taken the marriage plunge more than once.

It goes with out saying that for Florida estate planning purposes, along with the emotional significance of marriage, there is also a potentially enormous financial impact.

Estate Planning for Second Marriages helps attorneys handle these blended family situations, in which each spouse has children from a prior marriage and each spouse wishes to protect his and her individual assets for their respective children from the prior marriage.

Estate Planning For Second Marriages - Thoughtfulness Required With people living much longer than in the past, the frequency of remarriage is increasing, even in later years. This latter phenomenon is raising a host of elder law estate planning issues.

Second marriages can be wonderful things -- exciting, fulfilling, and rarely dull. At the same time, second marriages present special challenges in estate planning. You and your spouse may have children from previous relationships, as well as children together.

You each may have property and other assets you've brought to the relationship. One effective estate planning strategy that a lawyer may advise for couples in a second marriage is to setup a special marital trust. Depending on choices you make regarding your estate plan and tax consequences, an attorney could advise you to establish an AB Marital Property Trust, or even a Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) Trust.

The Estate Planning for Second Marriages book, helps families in second marriages protect their individual assets in blended family situations. Many married couples you represent will be in a second (or subsequent) marriage and will have children from a prior marriage.

Although there are certainly exceptions to this general rule, it is still Author: Eric A. Manterfield, Stephanie B. Casteel. The Estate Planning for Second Marriages book, helps families in second marriages protect their individual assets in blended family situations.

Many married couples you represent will be in a second (or subsequent) marriage and will have children from a prior : Eric A. Manterfield, Stephanie B. Casteel. Estate Planning for Blended Families. Writing a will isn’t exactly the most fun, but it’s important.

This is particularly true for blended families. Dan Murphy, a financial planner at Greater Good Financial, has three children from a previous marriage and one with his current gh everyone is on good terms, he recognizes that anything can happen.Estate Planning Considerations for Second Marriages/Blended Families.

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