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Divorce, division of property and estate planning

When you go through a divorce, your life will be changed in many ways. For example, your financial situation is sure to be different. Along with this, you need to take a strong look at your estate plan.

With so much going on, it's easy to overlook the impact of divorce on your estate plan. However, this isn't something you can afford to do. The longer you wait the more of a risk you are taking.

Take for example your life insurance policy. Is your former spouse still listed as the beneficiary? You need to answer similar questions in relation to your will or trust. While you were married, you may have been okay with the idea of leaving everything behind to your spouse. However, once you went through divorce, there is a good chance this has changed. Now, you probably want to name somebody else as your beneficiary, such as a child.

Property division is a big part of the divorce process. When everything is said and done, it probably means that you won't own as much as you did during your marriage. For this reason, you need to make the necessary changes as they relate to your estate plan.

When it comes to matters of divorce and division of property, make sure you consider the impact it will have on your estate plan.

If you have any questions or concerns, you are in the right place. We are willing to review your estate plan, answer your questions and help you feel better about the future. Take a look at our webpages on the topic to learn more.

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