HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN WHEN YOU REMARRY
Upon remarriage many people fail to protect their children from a former marriage.
Assets are often titled in the name of the new husband and wife jointly. Insurance is left to the surviving spouse. He or she might remarry and make everything joint with the new spouse. Frequently, the surviving spouse does not share the inheritance with the children of the first spouse to die.
Even if you have kept your assets separate from your new spouse, upon your death Michigan law automatically gives over $180,000 to the new spouse as a minimum share if we take no steps now to protect your children.
We have documents and procedures that can replace these concerns with peace of mind.
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