Divorce can turn your estate plan upside-down.

You don’t have to fix it alone.

Separation is never an easy choice, nor an easy process. Anxiety and uncertainty will always accompany such a difficult life change; there’s no two ways about it. Suddenly you have to change your will, your trust and the titling of your assets. Guardianship and inheritances for your children need to be updated. All across your affairs – it’s back to the drawing board. Fortunately, nobody is expecting you to tackle this all yourself.

Revising your legal documents is an intricate puzzle. Hand that pile of paperwork to a professional, you have enough on your plate. Divorce raises difficult questions long before any legalities get involved. Have Legacy take care of that part; obscure state laws, powers of attorney, every trust imaginable – we know it like the backs of our hands.

An experienced attorney gives you much-needed peace of mind as you navigate this process. Have us take the lead on this; the Legacy team will help you through this whole ordeal. Divorce is stressful enough. We want to get you back to living your life.

Legacy Plan can help to review and update the following:

  • Last will and testament
  • Revocable living trust
  • Health care power of attorney
  • Financial power of attorney
  • Deeds
  • Vehicle and other asset titles
  • Life insurance beneficiaries
  • Retirement account beneficiaries
  • Annuity beneficiaries
  • Pay-on-death account beneficiaries
  • Transfer-on-death account beneficiaries

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