You need to clean up your documents after your second marriage begins. This could include removing the prior spouse from beneficiary lines on homes, bank accounts, and life insurance. If your home is in your name only and you are re-married with children from a prior marriage, then potential disaster is on the horizon. If you do nothing, your home will most likely be owned one half by your current spouse and one half by the children of a prior marriage. Simple solutions exist including adding your current spouse as a co-owner on your deed, if you intend to leave it to him or her, or if you want your children to be owners, you could add them as a transfer on death beneficiary to your deed, or provide for prior children in your will or with life insurance. People who do nothing in this situation, ensure disaster between their loved ones after their death. To avoid these issues, contact the Pruitt Law Offices S.C. for a free consultation, call us at 262-633-8301, contact us through our website at pruittlawoffices.com, or visit us at 731 Main Street in Racine. We are your partners for professional service.