Why do You Need to Modify Your Estate Plan During A Divorce?

Date2/24/2021 10:41:31 PM
The end of a marriage is rarely a light decision, but sometimes a necessary one. According to the State of California Department of Justice, a divorce will serve to reset your estate plan. However, if a spouse becomes incapacitated or passes before the divorce is final, the estranged spouse will retain certain rights. California law can be cumbersome and challenging to navigate.
You need an expert in the field to secure your wishes for passing down your assets. Contact a Santa Clarita family estate planning attorney Andrew C. Cohen at the Law Offices of Andrew Cohen. He offers comprehensive estate planning to rectify conflicting prenups, wills, trusts, and existing estate plans.
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