Going through a divorce is an emotionally taxing experience. Often, individuals are so focused on the process of untangling all the details of their lives that they don’t consider updating their estate planning documents. However, it is important to understand how your divorce proceedings can affect your estate plan and why it is necessary to make changes accordingly.
I have nearly three decades of experience helping people through their estate planning and probate cases. My office, based in Los Angeles, California, has given numerous people a new sense of security when planning their future.
Though no one wants to think about dying, establishing wills, trusts, and powers of attorney can save you — and your loved ones — time, money, and stress as your estate goes through probate. With an adequate estate plan in place, your loved ones can avoid legal complications and focus on what matters most.