FFFP: Estate Planning for Blended Families (Webinar)
September 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Blending families through marriage is about joy in new beginnings. It also means thoughtful navigation of new relationship dynamics, support systems, and financial and estate planning.
Financial decisions can be challenging at any time, but they can be even more complicated at death. This is particularly true when relationships arise later in life and if you become part of a blended family. Estate planning for blended families can be complicated, but it’s achievable with an organized approach.
In this free workshop, attorney Natalie Page will address problems commonly faced by blended families, especially those who have loved ones with disabilities. She will guide you on how to protect your family and assets so that you will have peace of mind in the long term.
Tia Marsili, Director of Trusts, The Arc of Northern Virginia
With Guest Speaker Natalie Page, Esq, The Life & Estate Planning Law Center
About Natalie Page:
Natalie Page, Esq. is a principal attorney at LEPLC. She focuses on estate planning and probate, trust planning and administration, Medicaid issues, and incapacity planning, including guardianships and conservatorships.
Due to the growing health concerns caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus), and upon the guidance of local, state, and national health agencies, we will be holding this presentation via webinar.
Good news! All of our FFFP presentations are recorded. So if you cannot attend this webinar, please still register so that we may have your email address on file. We will email you a link to download and watch the recording after the presentation has ended. All of our previous presentations are also posted on our YouTube site under the FFFP playlist.