Revising your estate plan after divorce

After a divorce, your estate plan will undoubtedly change. It is important to consider changing your will, living trust, power of attorney documents, and beneficiary designations. Find out how divorce can affect your estate plan.

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Edward A. Haman, Esq.

by Edward A. Haman, Esq.

Edward A. Haman is a freelance writer, who is the author of numerous self-help legal books. He has practiced law in H...



Updated on: February 2, 2024 · 3 min read

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