Estate Planning After a Divorce in Missouri
Serving People Throughout Southwest Missouri and the Surrounding Areas
Estate planning after a divorce in Missouri includes planning for any future relationships while preserving (and protecting) the relationships you already have. You must have a lot of questions.
The leaders in Ozarks family law are here to help.
There are things you will need to consider, such as whom you would like to appoint as your legal representative to make personal, financial, and healthcare-related decisions in the event you are legally incapacitated due to serious injury or illness.
An Estate Plan is simply part of being a grown-up.
As life throws curve balls, a complete estate plan keeps you and your children protected. While a division of assets is an important aspect of estate planning, the primary purpose of the estate planning process is to empower clients to make important choices now so their families will be ready to weather life’s storms.
If you don’t have a legally appointed decision-maker via estate planning, a probate judge will select one for you when the time comes. This process is expensive and, depending on who receives the appointment, impersonal. Your personal and financial information will also become a part of the public record.
Ozarks Legacy Law can help you in creating a will in Missouri. We’re here to navigate all the hurdles that come with estate planning. We consider everything, factoring in various possibilities (say, if you remarry), your children and their spouses, and most importantly, your own wishes. We even help you coordinate the beneficiary designations on your life insurance and retirement plans with your estate plan to avoid unpleasant, unintended consequences.
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