Adam Diran Attorney at Law

February 2019 Archives

The estate planning tradition may benefit nontraditional families

All California families have unique aspects. Some are considered traditional with a first-time married couple who have a few kids. Of course, these days, it is more likely that families do not stick to tradition. In fact, some parents may be married for the second or subsequent time, and children from different relationships may play major roles. While blended families can be just as loving, issues could arise if those familial relationships are not accounted for during estate planning.

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