A TD Wealth poll found that 44 percent of respondents said that family conflicts were the biggest obstacle when it comes to estate planning. This is because there are more blended families in Florida and throughout the country. It is also not uncommon for one spouse to be much older than the other is, which can create problems when trying to create an estate plan.
For many couples in Florida, issues about money could lead to marital problems. There are several common financial issues that crop up regularly that may result in divorce. For example, poor communication about money is a problem in many relationships. Usually, this only tends to work out when one person trusts his or her spouse to manage the money, although this can cause problems if the money manager dies.