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A blended family is a family in which one or both partners have a child or children from a previous relationship. Careful estate planning now should ensure that all of your intended beneficiaries are provided for when you die and that the potential for conflict within the family unit is minimised.

Wills involving a husband and a wife with one or more children of their marriage generally make wills of a fairly standard nature – they leave their assets to each other, or failing that they leave their mutual assets to their children.

A will template for  blended family is drawn up when when two partners come together with one or both partners having children from a previous relationship. 


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Will for Blended Family is approx 7 pages long and includes GST.


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What is a Will for a Blended Family?

A will for a blended family is a legal document that outlines how a person’s assets and estate will be distributed upon their death, taking into account the complexities and unique considerations that arise in families with children from previous relationships as well as from the current one. Blended families often require careful estate planning to ensure fair and equitable treatment of all beneficiaries and to prevent potential conflicts.

Key Components

Key Components

  1. Testator: The person creating the will.
  2. Executor: The person appointed to carry out the terms of the will. This person is responsible for managing the estate, paying debts and taxes, and distributing assets to the beneficiaries.
  3. Beneficiaries: Individuals or entities designated to receive the testator’s assets. In a blended family, this often includes the current spouse, children from the current marriage, and children from previous relationships.
  4. Guardianship: If there are minor children, the will can specify guardianship arrangements.
  5. Asset Distribution: The will should list the assets and specify who will inherit each item, considering the needs and rights of all family members.
  6. Specific Bequests: Details of specific items or sums of money to be given to particular individuals or organisations.
  7. Residuary Estate: Instructions for distributing any remaining assets not specifically mentioned in the will.
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