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Planning ahead For Divorce –  a Different Happily Ever After

Because getting divorced can be overwhelming on so many different levels, updating your estate plan often takes a back seat to other seemingly more-pressing priorities. But failing to update your plan for divorce can have potentially tragic consequences, some of which you may have never even considered before. Until your divorce is final, your marriage is legally in full effect, so if you die or become incapacitated while the divorce is still ongoing and you haven’t updated your plan, your soon-to-be ex spouse could end up with complete control over your life and assets. If you suddenly die of a heart attack while the divorce is ongoing and never got around to changing your estate plan, it’s quite likely that your future ex would inherit everything. And if that’s not bad enough, if you were to become incapcitated in a car accident during the divorce, the very person you’re paying big money to legally remove from your life could be granted complete authority over all of your legal, financial, and healthcare decisions. This is something your divorce attorney won’t think to bring up, but it’s literally one of the most critical matters you need to handle if you’re ending your marriage.

This quick 20 minute webinar will give you the essential five estate planning must-do's if you are getting divorced. You don't deserve to leave this up to chance and you do deserve this peace of mind.

Friday, April 1
10:00am ~ or ~ 1:00pm
Complete the registration form to secure your spot
Select Your Desired Time*
  • Please select one
  • Friday - April 1st - 10:00am-10:30am Central
  • Friday - April 1st - 1:00pm-1:30pm Central
Join Us Online!
Planning ahead For Divorce –  a Different Happily Ever After

Because getting divorced can be overwhelming on so many different levels, updating your estate plan often takes a back seat to other seemingly more-pressing priorities. But failing to update your plan for divorce can have potentially tragic consequences, some of which you may have never even considered before. Until your divorce is final, your marriage is legally in full effect, so if you die or become incapacitated while the divorce is still ongoing and you haven’t updated your plan, your soon-to-be ex spouse could end up with complete control over your life and assets. If you suddenly die of a heart attack while the divorce is ongoing and never got around to changing your estate plan, it’s quite likely that your future ex would inherit everything. And if that’s not bad enough, if you were to become incapcitated in a car accident during the divorce, the very person you’re paying big money to legally remove from your life could be granted complete authority over all of your legal, financial, and healthcare decisions. This is something your divorce attorney won’t think to bring up, but it’s literally one of the most critical matters you need to handle if you’re ending your marriage.

This quick 20 minute webinar will give you the essential five estate planning must-do's if you are getting divorced. You don't deserve to leave this up to chance and you do deserve this peace of mind.

Friday, April 1
10:00am ~ or ~ 1:00pm
Complete the registration form to secure your spot
Select Your Desired Time*
  • Please select one
  • Friday - April 1st - 10:00am-10:30am Central
  • Friday - April 1st - 1:00pm-1:30pm Central

This quick 20 minute webinar will give you the essential five estate planning must-do's if you are getting divorced. You don't deserve leave this up to chance and you do deserve this peace of mind.

Disclaimer - This presentation is entirely free. We encourage you to stay until the end to hear about the solutions we offer to protect your loved ones if and when something should happen to you.

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