Estate Planning for Blended Families
Estate Planning with blended families is no cakewalk. Numerous issues frequently arise that can make estate planning for these types of families particularly challenging. Join us for a frank discussion of the most common issues that arise when helping a blended family prepare for the inevitable in their estate planning. More importantly, however, Paul will discuss some of the best tools and strategies available to help families work through these types of challenges.
About our Speaker:
Paul is the founding partner of MacArthur, Heder & Metler, PLLC. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in English with a minor in business finance from Brigham Young University, a juris doctorate from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU, and a master of science in taxation degree (LL.M.), with honors, from the Washington School of Law.
His practice is focused on business formation, maintenance, contracts (and other corporate issues), taxation, estate planning, non-profit organizations, and adoption. Paul is co-founder of A Child’s Hope Foundation, a non-profit public charity dedicated to bridging the gap between orphaned children in third-world countries and adoptive families. He has also served and is serving as an officer and board member for many other non-profit entities.
Paul has been involved with clients and business transactions valued from $10,000 to $250,000,000. Additionally, he has been a presenter at various estate plan and business seminars and was recently voted one of the top legal service providers in Utah County.
He and his wife, Monica, are the parents of six children. Paul loves to spend time with each of them, watch BYU sports, read, play in his garden, and spend time outdoors.