Does Your Estate Plan Still Meet Your Goals?
Many things change during and after a divorce. It is a major life change that can affect your finances, your family structure and your goals for the future. After a divorce, it is crucial to make sure your will, trusts, power of attorney and other components of your estate plan still reflect your circumstances and goals.
Uniquely Positioned To Handle Your Post-Divorce Estate Planning Needs
At Hill Crabb, LLC, we practice where family law and estate planning intersect. Since we represent clients in both divorce and estate planning, we are familiar with the ways a divorce can impact the suitability of an estate plan, especially for those facing a high net worth divorce. If we are already handling your family law concerns, we will be sure to discuss any needed updates to your estate plan. If you are a new client of ours, we will take the time to understand your financial goals and family goals in order to recommend an estate plan that protects what matters most to you.
Not Just Divorce
Divorce is a major life change, but all life changes are a milestone where reviewing your estate plan makes sense. This includes:
- Having a child: Will they have the resource they need if something happens to you?
- Getting remarried: Does your estate plan protect the financial interests of your existing children?
- Starting a business: Do you have a succession plan?
We can help you examine the answers to these questions and more on the way to making sure your estate plan is still meeting your estate planning goals.