The Importance Of Updating Your Will Post-Divorce
Many newly divorced men and women are unaware of the importance of updating their wills, trusts and other estate plans.
Changing your will is an essential part of empowering you and getting you started in your new life. Wills often name a spouse as the primary beneficiary or contain directions that become unenforceable after a divorce.
Personalized Representation To Help You Prepare For Life After Your Divorce
The family law attorneys at Musulin Law Firm, LLC, are experienced in helping the newly divorced update their wills.
Attorney Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, and his team work closely with the firm’s clients to understand their financial position, family situation and plans for the future so they can offer the best advice on estate plans moving forward.
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.
An advance health care directive can be used in medical emergencies, if you become ill and are unable to speak or if it is determined that you are not well enough to make decisions with regard to your own health. It will declare the individual you have appointed to make these decisions for you and state your wishes with regard to certain emergency situations to help guide them. Without such a legal document already prepared, your treatment could be delayed or the wrong decisions could be made.
When you leave our office, our goal is to help you feel protected and prepared for the future after your divorce.
Whether you need help incorporating your wishes into a revised will, or need assistance creating a will for the first time, regardless if you have been one of our divorce clients, we can help.
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