While estate planners discuss many difficult-to-address issues with clients, they often fail to mention the possibility that clients’ children may divorce. Yet, planners can help clients take measures that may prevent former daughters- and sons-in-law from intercepting the client’s children’s inheritance.   In the past, trusts typically distributed all their assets outright to children on parents’ deaths, as these trusts were used primarily to avoid probate. ...

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