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Updating your will after divorce:

During the emotional turmoil of a divorce, estate planning may be the last thing on your mind. After a divorce, it is paramount that you update your will or your ex-spouse could inherit.

Revoke your will and make a new one

Start by revoking your old will (literally tearing it up is the best way) and making a new one. If you don’t already have a will, now’s the time to make one. It isn’t difficult; you can make a simple will yourself, with a good software package or online resource, or hire a lawyer. The same is true if you made a living trust while you were married.

The attorneys at Taroff & Taitz, LLP are experts in all areas of will, trust, and estate litigation. When it comes time to make a new will or create your first one, rely on experience you can trust.

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