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Estate Planning for Non-Traditional Families

March/April 2013 - Probate Law Journal of Ohio
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The number of non-traditional families in the United States has dramatically increased. A "family" is no longer exclusively defined as a married opposite-sex couple with two naturally born children. For the estate planner, these changing family dynamics present unique challenges in preparing an estate plan that not only effectuates the intent of the non-traditional family, but also minimizes estate and gift taxes. For more information on issues and concerns unique to non-traditional families, read the article here.

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