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Crossover issues in estate planning and divorce

Mary H. Schmidt

Crossover issues in estate planning and divorce

by Mary H. Schmidt

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Published by MCLE in Boston, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementchair, Mary H. Schmidt ; faculty, Brian D. Bixby, Tamara E. Kolz, Mark J. Warner
ContributionsMassachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFM2500 .C76 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 212 p. :
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24552117M
LC Control Number2009921385
OCLC/WorldCa313373914

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Divorce can throw an otherwise well-thought-out estate plan into turmoil, and divorcing couples are wise to consider updating their estate plans. Following a divorce, there are often titling issues that need to be addressed. Assets that were once jointly-owned by both spouses are now owned by one spouse, individually.   Estate planning problems often arise in the context of a divorce. Some spouses seeking a divorce are under the mistaken assumption that the mere act of filing a complaint for divorce revokes all prior estate planning documents and beneficiary designations in favor of their soon to be former spouse.

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Crossover issues in estate planning and divorce by Mary H. Schmidt Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book, in a single volume, addresses the overlapping family law and estate planning issues your clients may face. Address their needs and avoid malpractice by knowing how family law and estate planning rules intersect at critical points in your clients’ lives. Collide: Crossover Issues at Marriage, Divorce and Death and Upon.

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This crossover book is so important because issues involving the family often extend into the estate planning area.

For example. Similarly, someone seeking divorce may have an existing will or trust that must be revised, or have survivor benefits that must be accounted for in both estate planning and divorce. These are just some of the crossover issues addressed in CEB’s new book. And, the book is available now at a prepublication discount price.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "ES" Description: volumes (loose-leaf): forms ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction: Issues in estate planning and family law / Sherrol L. Cassedy --Premarital and preregistration agreements / Nordin F. Blacker, Virginia Palmer --Issues during marriage, registered domestic partnership, and cohabitation / Ronald.

Self-study hours are logged by the listener and the one page list is kept in an MCLE compliance folder. The log requires a listing of each program title, the program's approved MCLE provider name, program length, and whether or not that program contains mandatory subfield credit (legal ethics, elimination of bias, or prevention of substance abuse.).

If You Don't Have A Will: If you do not have a will, in most states your spouse will automatically be entitled to control of your estate and will be entitled to at least half of your estate (depending upon whether or not you have children) in the event of your death.; If You Have A Will or Trust: If you have a will or similar estate planning document, such as a living trust, your spouse will.

McAuliffe Law Honor Society. Book Review Editor, University of San Francisco Law Review, Author: "Representing The Conservatee In A Contested Probate Conservatorship Proceeding," Estate Planning, Trust & Probate News, Summer ; "When Death and Divorce Collide," Trust and Estates Quarterly, Spring Estate planning -- Massachusetts.

Crossover issues in estate planning and divorce / chair, Mary H. Schmidt ; faculty, Brian D. Bixby, Tamara E. Kolz, Mark J.

Warner. - Version details - Trove. Handelman’s practice focuses on all aspects of trust and estate law: trust and estate planning and administration, trust and estate litigation, business succession planning, family wealth preservation, and planned charitable giving.

He plans and administers estates ranging in size from $, to $, McAuliffe Law Honor Society. Book Review Editor, University of San Francisco Law Review, Author: "Representing The Conservatee In A Contested Probate Conservatorship Proceeding," Estate Planning, Trust & Probate News, Summer ; "When Death and Divorce Collide," Trust and Estates Quarterly, Spring /5(1).

One should retain a divorce attorney or family law attorney to provide guidance on custody, child support, the division of marital assets and other issues.

An estate planning attorney could also provide guidance on asset protection and other financial issues which arise as. Because of the complexity of these issues, it’s in the client’s best interest to consult with a professional attorney prior to beginning the divorce process.

If you would like to read more about real estate issues in divorce, please view the document written by Kelly Anne Miles of Smith, Gilliam, Williams, & Miles, a Gainesville GA law firm. Estate Planning When Divorcing With Children in New Jersey: It’s natural to look to your beloved children when updating your estate plan during or after a your children’s financial concerns may be at the forefront for consideration, understanding how best to have them involved in your estate planning is crucial for their success and your future as well.

This is another reason it is imperative to re-visit the client’s estate plan following divorce. In many cases, the family law attorney is not as well-versed in estate planning issues.

Their focus is to help the client dissolve the marriage and make decisions regarding asset distribution, custody, child-support and such issues. Estate Planning and Divorce.

When going through a divorce, the last thing you probably want to do is hire an estate planning r, estate planning becomes a vital part of your life before and after your divorce.

Why. Well, when you are married, some of your estate planning can be deferred to your spouse if you die on: Park Center Dr #, Costa Mesa,CA. Riffle is also co-author of “The High Risk Will: When Planning and Litigation Collide” in the Winter California Trusts and Estates Quarterly, “Incapacity Issues in Family Law and Probate Proceedings” in the C.E.B.

book entitled “Crossover Issues in Estate Planning and Family Law“, and “Quasi-Judicial Immunity in. The Family Law Attorney Meets Estate Planning Divorce lawyers must have intimate knowledge of the statutes and cases governing our practice area, and there are a lot of them.

Family law attorneys must also be well schooled in many other areas of the law because of the diversity of issues covered in a divorce case. If a divorce litigant bequeathed their estate to their estranged spouse that spouse will still inherit the estate upon your client’s death, even though there is a pending divorce.

The family law court loses its jurisdiction over the matter upon death of either party. See [Bevelle v. Bank of America], 80 Cal. App. 2d (). As such, if a. Estate Planning After Divorce The emotional and financial stress caused by the end of a marriage often means that estate planning is not on many people’s minds, but it should be.

Estate plans need to be reviewed, revised and replaced after any major life event, especially divorce. ESTATE PLANNING Ethical Issues In Representing Husbands and Wives In Estate Planning Beyond the general differ-ences that may arise as a husband and wife consider an estate plan are some common situations that by their very nature raise potential conflicts of inter-est between the spouses.

By Barbara Freedman Wand Barbara Freedman Wand is a. An insider's guide on how professionals and consumers can minimize damages in the divorce process.

Anyone planning for a divorce needs to learn strategies necessary to safeguard assets in advance of filing, how to cope with issues beyond their control, minimize the damage, and effectively plan going forward after the divorce/5(2).] Ethical Representation of Non-Traditional Couples 77 traditional families because they do not enjoy the same legal protections as traditional family units.

The burden is often on the estate planning attorney to generate legal protection and recognition of the non-traditional family. In providing these legal services, the.From here you can prepare a more in-depth estate plan with an estate planning attorney.

To get information about the Things To Consider In Estate Planning And Divorce, call the law office of Brian M. Douglas and Associates, LLC for an initial consultation at () and get the information and legal answers you’re seeking.