Estate Planning & Divorce: Protecting Yourself and Your Assets

Learn why updating your estate planning documents before or during a pending divorce is crucial for protecting yourself and your assets.

Our free guide provides a brief overview of how divorce impacts the following estate planning documents that include or name your spouse; Will & Revocable Trust, Health Care Surrogate, and Durable Power of Attorney.

If you are looking to update your estate planning documents, contact our office by calling 954-580-3690 or emailing [email protected]. You can also fill out our contact form here. We take pride in responding to inquiries in a timely manner.

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