Wills — Pre and Post Divorce

Changing Your Will After Your Divorce

Many newly divorced men and women are unaware that they need to change their wills, trusts and other estate plans. Wills often name a spouse as the primary beneficiary or contain directions that become unenforceable after a divorce. Changing your will is an essential part of empowering you and getting you started in your new life.

At Musulin Law Firm, LLC, we help our divorce clients look to the future by assisting with asset protection and planning for their children's futures. To set up a consultation, contact the attorneys at Musulin Law Firm, LLC.

Personalized, Knowledgeable Services Based on Your Needs

The divorce lawyers at Musulin Law Firm, LLC, are experienced in helping the newly divorced update their wills. Throughout a divorce, we work closely with our clients to understand their financial position, family situation and plans for the future. This understanding and knowledge can help us best advise you as you change your will.

Our attorneys understand what is most important to you after your divorce. We can help you name a suitable guardian for your children and a trusted person to make decisions for you if you are unable. We can help you ensure that your assets and property pass to your children or other selected heirs, not your ex-spouse.

Our goal is to help you feel protected and prepared for the future after your divorce. When they leave our offices, many of our clients feel secure and ready for their new lives, with revised wills in place. It gives us satisfaction to fully resolve a divorce case and see our client move into a new life with his or her assets and children's inheritance protected.

As attorneys who helped you through your divorce, we have a personal understanding of your financial situation and family dynamics. We are happy to help you incorporate your wishes into a revised will, or to help you make a will for the first time. Make changing your will a priority as you start your new life. We can help.

To learn more about the process of changing wills, contact lawyer Christopher Musulin and his staff. With an office in Mount Holly, we serve clients throughout South Jersey.

Your Wills Attorneys

Christopher Musulin is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the author of numerous booklets and articles on divorce and divorce-related issues.

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