Estate Planning for Modern Families

Oct 22, 2018 | Estate Planning, Family Law

Family-estate-planningAs the traditional nuclear family has changed because of evolving social and legal norms and scientific and technological developments, estate planners must be prepared both for issue spotting and thoughtful problem solving with regard to issues clients face, how existing trusts are interpreted, and how new estate planning instruments can be drafted for sufficient flexibility.

The following video is a highlight from “Estate Planning for Modern Families” with Chief Wealth Strategist and Advisor, Gresham Partners, LLC, Kim Kamin.

Kim Kamin touches upon a potpourri of issues to consider, including: divorce and blended families, unmarried couples, adoption and non marital children, supplemental needs planning, assisted reproductive technologies and posthumous reproduction, digital assets and more.

See the full segment and more as part of the ALI CLE Estate Planning in Depth 2018 conference by visiting here: