You’ve been blessed to find a love for a second time. Congratulations! A new (re)marriage can bring the joy of finding a loving partner twice in a lifetime and the promise of happy times to come.
So, it’s no wonder that amongst newly remarried couples sticky topics such as finances and blending of family dynamics can easily get pushed to the side. After all, who wants to be distracted from the bliss of their new marriage to talk about who inherits what and how much?
But, addressing estate planning decisions is not something that should be put off – especially if you have just gotten remarried. When it comes to finances and inheritance, the best policy always combines honesty, clarity, and a proactive approach.