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Checked Your Will Lately?

If you are in the process of getting divorced don’t forget to change your will and your life insurance policies. The attorney who is handling your divorce can likely draft a new will for you to sign. While it is not required, be sure to have two witnesses sign your new will with you and have it notarized. Trust me when I say this will make things much easier for your family when it comes time to probate your will. You also need to take time to change your beneficiary on your life insurance, Health Savings Accounts, and other benefits that required you to designate someone to inherit should you pass away. If your children are under age 18 you should also think about who will manage your estate now that you are no longer with your spouse. Dealing with these issues now will save your family trouble later.

About McIlveen Family Law Firm

The McIlveen Family Law Firm handles all types of divorce and family law cases.


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