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July 2018 Archives

Estate planning for remarried couples

If you are one of the many people in Indiana who has been married and then divorced or perhaps has been widowed and now you are contemplating getting married again, you have good reason to feel positive about your future. However, despite your natural inclination to focus on all of the joys you have to look forward to, it is equally important that you put plans in place to protect and provide for the people you love in the way you want to.

Can I make gifts in my will conditional?

Drafting a will to pass on your inheritance to your children is sometimes not a clear cut proposition. Some parents worry that their children will squander their inheritance on frivolous purchases, but at the same time they could never bear the thought of leaving their children with nothing. A simpler choice for Indiana parents with these concerns is to attach conditions for their children to receive the inheritance. According to Findlaw, you can make passing down assets in your will conditional, but there are caveats.

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