Any major changes in life should prompt you to revise your will. Divorce is no exception. An article from Investopedia explains why: https://www.investopedia.com/rewriting-your-will-after-divorce-5193318.
Guest post by Makeda Fikremariam Commonly the Supreme Court doesn’t hear cases regarding domestic relations, but Sveen v. Melinchanged that pattern. Mark Sveen had been married to Kaye Melin for 10 years when they divorced in 2007. During their marriage, Sveen had
An interesting article in the New York Times regarding shared mortgages: click here. Both spouse’s names on the mortgage routinely provides complications in a divorce. The article wisely advises to get started on the refinance sooner rather than later. In many cases,
Many parties assume they will be able to amicably divide personal property – so they put it off until the end of the case. However, waiting until all the rest of the property has been divided, such as the house, retirement accounts,