Another objective of married couples is to keep control over their assets to the maximum extent possible. Married couples typically also prefer to give their children control of assets passing to them. In addition, in many couples, both spouses are especially skilled at managing assets. However, this also may not be the case and the non-skilled spouse may need special planning to protect them and their financial resources.

Speak with an experienced estate planning attorney to create a strategy that carries out your wishes and meets the needs of your family without the headaches.

Read more about these common estate planning objectives in the article and then talk to your estate planning attorney.

Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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