Welcome back. We are here to talk about the situation that many people hope they never have to face. Divorce is something that can be devastating for everyone involved. Especially when children are in the middle. Another topic that many people prefer not to consider is estate planning in Cary NC. However, when divorce happens, revising an estate plan can help your kids in the future.
Estate Planning in Cary NC After Divorce
If you planned your estate distribution and will while you were married, it's possible your ex-spouse is a beneficiary. It's also possible that you would like to remove them from your will. When this is the case, meeting with an attorney will help you make updates.
It's also important to consider a guardian for your child should you pass away or become incapacitated while they are a minor. Most cases leave us with their other parent stepping in with forecast to be. However, there are situations where this may not be possible. This is when naming a guardian can be helpful.
Working with the lawyer and will help you not only make your decision on who the guardian should be but also how to include it in your estate plan. Consider these options and contact our law office to learn more.
If you're interested in learning more about estate planning in Cary NC after divorce, contact our lawyer. We are here to help you in this situation and more.
Klish and Eldreth, PLLC | Estate Planning in Cary NC
An attorney who knows about estate planning in Cary NC will be able to review your situation and provide the best solutions that will meet your needs and will also be legally sound. Our lawyer may also suggest other things that you may not have considered before, such as creating a durable power of attorney or a healthcare directive to give guidance in situations where you may not be able to make decisions on your own anymore.
There are many aspects of an estate plan. Klish and Eldreth, PLLC can talk with you about your situation and help guide you in creating a plan that meets your needs. Contact us, today.