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Commonly Overlooked Issue in Divorce: Estate Planning 2017

Product ID: CA2650D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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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.

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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.

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Avery J. Mayne is an attorney with Walny Legal Group LLC in Milwaukee. Her practice focuses on family law, elder law, and estate planning. As part of her family law practice, Avery assists her clients with collaborative divorce, divorce mediation, traditional divorce, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

She is a certified collaborative law attorney and an active member of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin. Avery also volunteers with the Milwaukee Justice Center and the Wills for Heroes Foundation. She receive her Juris Doctorate and Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Marquette University Law School.

Megann S. Hendrix is an attorney at Walny Legal Group LLC in downtown Milwaukee. She focuses her practice on family law, elder law, and estate planning. Her family law practice includes collaborative divorce, divorce mediation, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Because of her knowledge in elder law and estate planning, she is often hired to represent a spouse or consult in “grey divorce” cases.

Megann is actively involved in the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin (CFLCW) – she won its highest award, the “Dolphin Award,” in 2013, she was the 2016 Chair of the organization, and she is now the Training Chair on its board of directors. She also serves on the board of directors for the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Family Law Section as its Legislative Committee Co-Chair.

  • Receive best practices for handling estate planning matters during divorce
  • Discover how divorce affects wills, trusts, and beneficiary designations
  • Know what happens to a power of attorney at the time of divorce
  • Understand the impact of irrevocable trusts on financial settlements
  • Family law attorneys
  • Estate planning lawyers
  • General practitioners
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