Turn to The Prue Law Group, P.C. when you want knowledgeable divorce lawyers Killingly CT. The Prue Law Group is an eastern Connecticut law firm with over 35 years of experience. When your marriage cannot be saved and you file for divorce, any estate planning documents you have prepared will have to be changed. Changing your legal marital status affects your insurances, investments, mortgage, POA and estate plans. Ending your marriage in Connecticut may invalidate an existing will or previous estate plan. Our legal team can help you amend documents estate plans, powers of attorney, and the like. We will help you with custody and guardian designations for minor children as well. Be advised that your children’s guardian would be given managing control over any assets left to them. Naming a guardian for your children in your will allows your wishes to be heard.
Review and Update all Important Documents
Drafting your will and estate plan prior to the finalization of the divorce avoids any questions concerning inheritance, assets, personal property, life insurance. The ex-spouse will be written out of the will and off the powers of attorney and health care designations. You may want to reassign the beneficiary of your insurance policy and estate. There also may be a need to redo the deed to the house and address the mortgage.
So if there is a divorce in your life – past, present or future – there are important questions to consider that will extend beyond whether or not you want to leave your spouse. Our attorneys will guide you through the unsettling, emotional time of divorce. When Legal Matters….Call The Prue Law Group today at (860) 423-9231.