Estate Planning and Divorce

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California Wills and Trusts Need Lawyer Review in Divorce

At Kaspar & Lugay, LLP, we provide clients with thorough and comprehensive legal counsel, addressing all issues related to the dissolution of marriage. One area that you should not overlook during this stressful process is estate planning.

Even if your relationship with your spouse is amicable and you have agreed on terms of divorce, it is important to have an experienced attorney review your situation in order to protect your children and reflect your change in relationships. Wills and trusts should be revised to protect your wishes and your heirs.

Call 415-789-5881 or contact us online today to discuss your estate plan and how it will be impacted in divorce.

Update Your Critical Estate Planning Documents Now

It is imperative that you update your life insurance policy, will, and any trusts or other to ensure that the state of California will distribute property and assign guardianship of your children according to your wishes in the event of your death or disability. It is always a good idea to be proactive when it comes to your estate. Consider the following:

  • Your single status and the possibility of any claims on your estate by your ex
  • Establish a trust to secure your children?s inheritance
  • Name new administrators/executors in the current will and trust

Negotiations regarding divorce are often dominated by discussions of division of marital property, child custody, and more. Because we have extensive experience in wills and trusts, our divorce attorneys make sure our clients consider a broad range of issues.

Discuss Your Will and Trust Needs with Kaspar & Lugay, LLP

Our divorce lawyers and legal staff will ensure that you are engaged and confident in the strategy we are undertaking on your behalf. Part of this process is ensuring that your estate plan reflects these life changes in order to protect your property for your children and loved ones. Call 415-789-5881 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.