Free Report: Florida Estate Planning for Newlyweds After 50 and The Blended Family

Aug 10, 2015

Florida Estate Planning for Newlyweds After 50 and The Blended Family

Once you have your estate plan updated and all of the new issues properly addressed, you can move forward with the confidence that this new chapter will indeed have a happy ending. 

Did you know that more than one in three people ages 50 to 64 are divorced, widowed, separated or never married? According to the Census Bureau, this statistic alone gives you an idea about the mindset of baby boomers – that is not to say they won’t remarry, but it is quite indicative of a common dynamic that many of the boomers share regarding finances, estate planning and a host of other key life decisions.

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