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Estate Planning for Blended Families
Estate Planning for Blended Families

In previous generations, the traditional nuclear family was the status quo. A married, heterosexual couple had 2-3 children, and those children grew up to have kids themselves. But divorce, remarriage, and cohabitation before marriage are now becoming increasingly common and ...

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