Estate Planning for Divorce Professionals

What Divorcing Clients Need To Know To Protect Themselves and Their Loved Ones

Individuals navigating the complexities of life after a recent divorce will likely not want to work with another attorney or consider more legal documents.  Yet, in order to protect themselves and their minor children, it’s essential to update existing estate planning documents or create new ones.  Many divorced parents have many questions and concerns when it comes to securing their children’s future.  They may be wondering who will step in to care for their children if the parent does not have sole custody and can’t rely on their ex-spouse as a backup. Divorce professionals need the tools to help guide their clients on how to protect themselves and their loved ones.

Join Estate Planning Attorney Shannon P. McNulty for this live event.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How clients can protect themselves and their children during each stage of divorce.
  • How clients can ensure their spouse would not have the power to make important decisions for them if the client became incapacitated during divorce proceedings.
  • The surprising ways a divorced person’s assets can end up in the hands of their former spouse – and how to prevent it from happening.

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Ms. McNulty speaks regularly at events for financial professionals, foreign nationals and parents. CLICK HERE to request Shannon to speak at your event.

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The Complete Guide to Legal Planning for New York Parents
A step-by-step, practical guide of everything you need to know and everything you need to do to make sure your family is taken care of if tragedy strikes.