The Stewart Law Group is the law firm of choice when Phoenix estate planning for blended families is the focus. With offices located throughout Maricopa County, we serve clients with estate planning concerns from throughout the valley and beyond. Not only are we a law firm focused on estate planning, we also have decades of experience in family law. When estate planning and family law intersect, call the Stewart Law Group.
Decades of experience are on your side at the Stewart Law Group. For Phoenix estate planning for blended families, call 602-548-3400 or complete the brief contact form. We are prepared to offer you legal guidance based upon decades of experience related to:
Estate planning with a blended family can be extremely complex. There may be issues of shared business revenue with a former spouse. There may be shared debt when a remarriage occurs. Former spouses may share real estate assets and other blended property that needs to be accounted for in the blended family estate plan. There may be issues of sole and separate premarital property versus the new community property. Each spouse may have children from a prior relationship and have different intentions for how those children are to be addressed in a new estate plan, not to mention that the new relationship may also have children.
No matter your situation, Stewart Law Group is by your side.
If you have any questions about your blended family estate plan, there is no need to wait. Get answers now. Whether you are concerned about your own estate plan or the estate plan of a former spouse, step-parent or other relation, we can help.
Over the last several decades, we have helped countless clients with even their most complex estate planning and blended family legal situations. We have assisted clients with every scenario imaginable. From the initial crafting of an estate plan with a blended family to amending an existing estate plan to accommodate new circumstances based upon divorce, we have experience.
We have also helped countless children of blended families in the aftermath of a parent or a step-parent’s death or incapacitation. When a parent has remarried multiple times and has an extended blended family, you may have questions about their will, trust and other estate plans.
To ensure that your estate is distributed in the way you want it to be after your passing, you should establish a clear estate plan with the guidance of experienced attorneys. With a blended family, you may have concerns about ensuring fairness and balance with your blended family members. Or you may need to amend an estate plan after a divorce, a change in custody arrangements or other life event. If you have questions about estate planning with a blended family in Phoenix, call Stewart Law Group.
Having an experienced law firm on your side is not required for Phoenix estate planning. However, to protect your legacy and your finances—especially with a blended family—consulting with experienced and attentive estate planning lawyers is well worth the cost.
There are many choices for Phoenix estate planning lawyers for blended families. But there is only one Stewart Law Group. There is no substitute for the family law and estate planning experience and resources we offer. We will provide a thorough analysis of your financial and familial situations.
Whether you are recently divorced, getting remarried or have a truly unique family situation, our Phoenix estate planning lawyers for blended families are prepared. Insurance plans, retirement accounts, stock portfolios, real estate, business investments…the list goes on for what assets may be included in your estate.
No matter how complicated your situation—or how straightforward—we will provide candid legal guidance based on deep experience in estate planning and family law. Take action now and contact the Stewart Law Group by calling 602-548-3400 or completing this brief contact form.
Estate planning is an absolutely vital part of your life. If you are a member of a blended family, the complexity of your estate may be daunting. Let our lawyers and experts provide an analysis of your situation so you can have the peace of mind you deserve.