December 15, 2020—For blended families, complex estate planning issues often arise as you try to balance the needs of your current spouse with those of your children. It is important to have proper documents in place if you want control over how your assets will be distributed upon your death. In today’s podcast, Nicole Pursley, senior analyst for Wilmington Trust’s Emerald Advisory Services, discusses some of the most essential estate planning considerations for blended families.
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