Join us for a webinar on November 15, 2016 at 8:00 PM EST.
What happens to our family’s assets if my spouse remarries after my death?
What happens to our family’s assets if my spouse goes into a nursing home after my death?
In this webinar, Elliott Stapleton will discuss different options available for families who want to protect the surviving spouse from creditors and predators while also allowing flexibility with the use of assets.
Who could benefit from this information?
For the majority of married couples, one spouse will survive the other. Most married couples complete their estate plan (Will or Trust) with the intent of giving full control of the family assets, after the first spouse’s death, to the surviving spouse.
But what happens if the surviving spouse goes into a nursing home, is sued, or remarries?
Can the surviving spouse change the Estate Plan?
For couples who want a higher level of protection, beyond a Will or Joint Revocable Trust, more planning is necessary.
This type of planning is important for couples who no longer have minor or college age children and are approaching retirement (or are already in retirement).
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Elliott Stapleton Attorney with CMRS Law