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Estate planning in the context of second marriages is increasingly common and necessary in the evolving world in which we practice. Estate-planning techniques that are effective for spouses in first marriages may be unsuited when applied to families in which one or both spouses have children from prior marriages, or in which each spouse otherwise wishes to provide for different beneficiaries. A successful

Estate planning in the context of second marriages is increasingly common and necessary in the evolving world in which we practice. Estate-planning techniques that are effective for spouses in first marriages may be unsuited when applied to families in which one or both spouses have children from prior marriages, or in which each spouse otherwise wishes to provide for different beneficiaries. A successful estate plan for a client in a second marriage must satisfy the client's obligation to hi

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