In a recent trade publication I subscribe to, a colleague of mine shared his views on estate planning for those who may walk down the aisle more than once. Assets between both parties involved need to be determined through a premarital agreement in order to avoid future conflict. There are countless details to consider when dealing with estate planning: everything from the residency of children to rules of the house, should the marriage fail.
I believe follow through on the attorney's end is incredibly important to the premarital process. Title changes of assets and many other things needed to be handled by the attorney after the exchange of vows to ensure that everything is accurate and in writing.
Premarital agreements, a power of attorney, or even a Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP)
may seem rather overwhelming, but all these factors need to be considered nonetheless. Do you need someone who is reliable and more than capable of handling your estate planning? Maybe not only an attorney, but one who happens to be a CPA for the commonwealth of Massachusetts? Then please contact attorney Gerald J. Turner at Orsi, Arone, Rothenberg, Iannuzzi & Turner, LLP.
160 Gould Street
Needham, MA 02494
(781) 239-8900 (phone)
(781) 239-8909 (fax)