Risk Assessment in Estate Planning – Are you at risk of having conflict amongst your loved ones?
By Richard R. Marsh, as published in USLAW Magazine
Families today come in all shapes and sizes. There are blended families with stepparents and stepchildren. There are elderly parents who need constant care. Children may live close by or across the country. People may never marry, staying single or simply cohabitating. These types of families may work while you are alive, but due to various reasons, they can be breeding grounds for conflict after you pass away.