Many clients are members of a “modern family.” This book is designed to examine the issues and opportunities available when planning for the long term care needs of clients in blended and non-traditional families. At the intersection of family law and elder law, they explore various tools and techniques, including long term care planning for clients with children from previous marriages and planning for unmarried partners.
Summary of Contents
- Issues of Blended and Non-Traditional Families
- Family Law and Elder Law at the Intersection of Long-Term Care Planning