#67 – Blended families and estate planning – 13 Strategies for Success   

At least statistically, blended families are an issue in at least every second estate plan.

And, at least in theory, there are no particularly unique issues from an estate planning perspective that need to be considered in a blended family situation, as compared to any other estate planning exercise.

In saying this however, there are a number of strategies that have been developed that arguably are rarely relevant, unless there is a blended family situation.

Learn about 13 strategies in this webinar, including:

  • Siloed trusts
  • The SaaS model (that is, ‘Superannuation as a Solution’)
  • Parallel trusts
  • In ‘god’ we trust
  • Embracing ‘GST’

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Related articles and resources:

PODCAST: #43 – The 9 Key Principles of Asset Protection 

PODCAST: #22 – Post-Death Estate Planning Strategies 

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Dyan Burgess

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