Can you protect your children’s inheritance?
It happens all the time – one spouse dies and the survivor remarries. Inevitably, the new couple executes new Wills, which leave all the assets to each other.
Too often, unfortunately, the children whose parent died get left out in the cold when the second parent dies.
Is this preventable? Can you protect your children’s inheritance? Absolutely.
This video talks about planning for the death of a spouse. In the next video, I’ll discuss what to do if you are divorced with minor children and want to keep your ex-spouse from controlling your assets in the event of your premature death.
Watch the video to find out how to take care of both the surviving spouse and your kids and disinherit your wife/husband’s future spouse.
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