With the divorce rate in the United States hovering around 45%, it is important to know how to write a will when you have children from previous marriages.
A will is a crucial document to both solidify your own wishes and save your heirs and loved ones a lot of time, trouble and expense.
Unfortunately, you may pass away at any time and at any age – so you should ask yourself, “What happens if I die without a will?”
Putting your stepchildren into your will is as simple as with any other person you want to inherit. Learn more about how an estate planning attorney can help you include your stepchildren when preparing for your future.
Don’t know the difference between a Living Trust vs a Will? Learn more about this process from the Law Office of Joshua E. Hummer.