Updating Your Will After Divorce:

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When making a will, most people leave everything to their spouse. When you divorce, this becomes a problem, so creating a new will may be the easiest thing to do. You will need to name new beneficiaries as well as alternative ones in the event that the first beneficiary dies before you.

Estate planning is often the first thing to fall by the wayside in divorce. It is important that you closely examine your will or your ex-spouse could end up inheriting.

As your estate planning attorney, Brandon Legal Group represents individuals in estate planning and probate issues. Often times some individuals feel that they are owed an inheritance, but were not left with anything, this is caused by several circumstances. We represent those who wish to bring a lawsuit against an estate or trust, but we also provide options for resolution without a lawsuit. Contact Brandon Legal Group to get started on your next estate planning issue.

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