“I want my children to have all the things I couldn’t afford. Then I want to move in with them.”
– Phyllis Diller
While we don’t all want to move in with our children once they are grown adults as Phyllis Diller quips above, we do want to ensure that our children enjoy an abundant, comfortable adult life.
One way to accomplish this is to create an estate plan that protects our children’s assets. Such protection becomes even more important when our children get married. Although we hope that our children’s marriages will stay strong and happy, matrimonial bliss doesn’t always last forever. To safeguard your children’s future, it is imperative to create an estate plan that provides maximum asset protection in case of divorce. Read the rest of this entry »
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