Your best defense against the challenges created by multiple marriages
An Estate Plan Won’t Be Enough.
American Top 40 legend Casey Kasem had an airtight estate plan. Yet that didn’t prevent disputes between his second wife and the children from his first marriage. Casey’s daughter Kerri Kasem explains.
When it comes to care and access, legal documents alone may not be enough to protect you. So much can go wrong when there are children, stepchildren, spouses, and ex-spouses in the picture. You and your spouse may have different ideas about many things.
- You and your spouse may have different ideas about where you will live as you age and what kind of lifestyle you’ll lead.
- You and your spouse may have different ideas about where the money will come from to pay for long-term care if your health fails.
- You and your spouse may have different ideas about the role children from previous marriages will play in your care
Wondering if you’re at risk?
Bridge the Gaps with a LifePlan
Challenges created by multiple marriages, steps, and exes don’t have to tear your family apart. That’s why we are inviting you to take advantage of a free Zoom call to assess your risk. Tell us about your situation and we’ll let you know whether there’s trouble ahead—and what you can do to eliminate it.
Consider it our gift to you.