Estate Planning Pitfall – You haven’t coordinated your estate plan with your spouse
Abstract: Estate planning can be complicated enough when a person doesn’t have a spouse. But things can get even trickier for married couples. Even if the couple have generally agreed on most major issues in the past — such as child rearing, where to live and other lifestyle choices — they may not be on the same page when it comes to making critical estate planning decisions. This brief article details how to best coordinate one’s estate plan with a spouse.