Like a stone dropped into a pond, divorce has many far-reaching ripples. A divorce case means lots of legal details to oversee, including key estate planning actions. The Commonly Overlooked Issue in Divorce: Estate Planning discusses the practical concerns and decisions a divorcing client faces. In addition, discover best practices for removing the former spouse from the client’s estate planning picture.
All the down-and-dirty details
Divorce ends a marriage, but it doesn’t automatically change your client’s beneficiaries, heirs, or designated decision-makers. Learn how to help your divorcing client update key estate planning documents, including:
- Wills and trusts
- Beneficiary designations
- Powers of attorney
Plus, know how to address irrevocable trusts and understand their impact on a financial settlement.
Primed and ready
During this stressful proceeding, your clients are depending on you to ensure they haven’t left anything to chance. Help them adequately prepare for post-divorce life with guidance from The Commonly Overlooked Issue in Divorce: Estate Planning.