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Retirement Accounts In Second Marriages

How to handle three common situations.

Estate planning is challenging enough when there’s a blended family of two spouses who each have children from a prior relationship. The problem can be compounded when a spouse’s assets are top-heavy with retirement accounts. Not only can these assets trigger potentially large income tax liabilities but also certain laws can interfere with the parties accomplishing their objectives.    

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