Pennsylvania grandparents that take direct responsibility for raising their grandchildren because the parents cannot care for them due to personal problems are often faced with how to leave their grandchildren an inheritance. While writing a will seems like an easy move, wills still have to go through probate, plus other relatives might make a move for the grandchildren’s inheritance. Fortunately, Pennsylvania seniors have ways to exert greater control over their grandchildren’s inheritance.
As the opioid epidemic continues to take its toll across America, Pennsylvania appears to be one of the most severely affected areas on the map. As a result, countless grandparents in the state have welcomed their children's children with open arms. Although this step is certainly an honorable one, it is not always easy.
Whether you have been divorced or widowed, if you are getting married for a second time in Pennsylvania and either you or your partner have children from previous relationships, you should understand how a strong prenuptial agreement can help you, your future spouse and your children. Many people might often think about a prenup only as a tool used for planning an eventual divorce. However, that is far from the only benefit a prenup has to offer especially for a remarrying couple.
Parenting is a challenge under the best of circumstances. When you and your ex-spouse must divide the time you spend with your children, it can be even more difficult. At the law office of Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., we understand the challenges divorced parents in Pennsylvania face every day.