Common Question About Estate Planning for Non-Traditional Families

If your family structure is diverse or non-traditional—opposite-gender parents, single parent, single with no kids and have dogs, living with your partner without getting married, married multiple times or have children with multiple partners, or any of the many different family setups—you need to create an estate plan that protects you and your loved ones in any given situation. If you have more questions about estate planning for your unique family structure, contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of OC Wills & Trust Attorneys highly-experienced estate planning lawyers.


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