How Divorce Affects Your Georgia Estate Plan
by The Anderson Firm, LLC
Many spouses do not know just how much the other spouse has permeated their lives until someone files for divorce. In a divorce, both spouses must disclose seemingly every detail of their lives to the other’s attorney. With so much going on, plenty of spouses forget about updating their wills and estate plans.
An important note here is that, once someone files for divorce in Georgia, a temporary standing order prevents either spouse from selling assets or spending a large amount of money. This sometimes restricts certain actions related to estate planning. So, you should refrain from making drastic changes to your wills and trusts after you or your spouse files the Petition for Divorce. READ MORE
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