“An estate planning rule of thumb is to review (and, if necessary, revise) your estate plan in light of major life events. Such events include a marriage, birth of a child and a divorce. A second marriage also calls for an estate plan review. You’ll want to provide for your current spouse but not inadvertently benefit your former spouse. And if you have children from each marriage, juggling their interests can be a challenge.”
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