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A Last Will and Testament is an important part of every individual's estate plan. This Will - Remarried with Minor Children can be used if you are remarried and have minor children from a prior marriage. It can also provide for minor children from your current marriage. This Will continues to be appropriate even after the minor children become adults. The easy interview process will allow you to state your intentions for your estate after your death, including who will receive your property and who will carry out your wishes.

Use the Will - Remarried with Minor Children document if:

  • You own property, including digital assets*, to be distributed after your death.
  • You want to designate the persons or organizations that will receive your property after your death.
  • You want to designate who will carry out the terms of the Will.
  • You want to designate who will have the responsibility for your minor children if the other parent is unable to serve as the natural guardian.
  • You want to designate a caretaker for your pet(s) after your death.

    Note: If your estate will be larger than the federal estate tax exemption amount, currently $5,120,000, this document is best used for education and planning purposes. Consult a lawyer for more complex estate planning.
  • Digital Assets: The definition of digital assets is broad and can include any online accounts or files stored on a computer or server. Examples of digital assets: email accounts, blogs, social-networking websites, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, and computer files.

This Will can be used if you are remarried and have minor children from a prior marriage.


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Will - Remarried with Minor Children Basics

This Will can be used if you are remarried and have minor children from a prior marriage.

Use the Will - Remarried with Minor Children document if:
  • You own property, including digital assets*, to be distributed after your death.
  • You want to designate the persons or organizations that will receive your property after your death.
  • You want to designate who will carry out the terms of the Will.
  • You want to designate who will have the responsibility for your minor children if the other parent is unable to serve as the natural guardian.
  • You want to designate a caretaker for your pet(s) after your death.

    Note: If your estate will be larger than the federal estate tax exemption amount, currently $5,120,000, this document is best used for education and planning purposes. Consult a lawyer for more complex estate planning.
  • Digital Assets: The definition of digital assets is broad and can include any online accounts or files stored on a computer or server. Examples of digital assets: email accounts, blogs, social-networking websites, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, and computer files.
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