The Truth About Your Assests After Re-Marriage

Getting re-married and want to know how your assets are affected? Joe Ranni, Esq. of Ranni Law Firm PLLC gives you answers to this and many questions including: How does re-marriage after divorce affect families? Do you have to update your wills, trusts, health care proxy, etc? Are all assets and debts owned 50-50 upon remarriage. Can a living or irrevocable trust help in ensuring assets are passed down according to each other\’s wishes? If each partner has children, how does it affect their estate? How does it affect real-estate ownership when both own, or one owns property? Is a prenuptial agreement necessary? Can a will or trust override a prenuptial agreement? What if you remarry  multiple times? Do you have to go through the same process each time? Does it make sense to have a will or trust even if you don\’t have assets? Is it better to contact a trust attorney before or after remarriage?
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