Divorce can frequently be an overwhelming process, riddled with emotion, decisions and paperwork. It’s easy for your client to overlook or ignore other important aspects of her life during and after this difficult time. Moreover, retaining another attorney may be the last thing on her agenda following divorce. Nevertheless, it’s imperative that a woman going through divorce update (or create) an estate plan to ensure that she, her assets and loved ones are all adequately protected. Ideally,
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