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CHAPTER 8


Bloodline planning is a formal way to ensure long term protection for your family, although many people haven’t even heard of it, and assume their will will protect their family, but this is not always the case.


Other areas to consider include: what might happen if your surviving spouse remarries? This might affect your own children if he/she later changed their will in favour of the new spouse and any subsequent children. And where there are children from a previous marriage, how do you ensure they will get their fair share? If your children are very young or with special needs, can you ensure they will be fully provided for? And if there is a business you have worked hard to build up, can you protect this for your family?


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