For most of us, when we pass away, we intend to leave our assets to our surviving spouse. But what if you pass and you leave all of your assets to your spouse, and then a few years later your surviving spouse remarries? Do you think that could happen? And then your surviving spouse dies and the assets go to the new spouse. That could possibly disinherit your own children!
In our free estate planning workshops, we show you specific techniques you can take to leave assets to your spouse in a protected way, so you can ensure that wen your spouse passes away those assets go to your children and even your grandchildren.