Second Marriages

Second Marriages

We know that circumstances around a second marriage are more complicated than the first.

There are often children from a previous relationship to consider, as well as assets you have acquired during your first marriage – for example property, savings and a pension pot. Upon your second marriage you will need to create a new Will.

Many people will want to provide for their new spouse and children from their previous marriage, you can do this by placing a trust in your Will to safeguard the future of your new spouse and your children from your previous marriage.

Speak with our Team at Heppenstalls New Milton to discuss your matter and how to ensure the provisions you wish are accounted for.

Our New Milton office is in the centre of the town and our team can carry out home appointments if required. Get in touch on 01425 610078.

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Danielle Harvey
BIOGRAPHY

Danielle qualified in 2011 and joined Heppenstalls in 2012 in our private client team. Danielle can advise on Will drafting, the preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney, registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection matters and estate administration.

MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS

STEP Associate member;  Full Accredited Member of Solicitors for the Elderly

To contact Danielle please call Lymington office 01590 689500 or New Milton 01425 610078.