Divorce in the Golden Years: Estate Planning, Spousal Support, and Retirement Issues for Clients at Midlife and Beyond
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A multitude of complex issues can be involved when handling the divorce of a couple who has achieved a level of personal and financial security. This updated edition addresses how a divorce case is affected by estate planning established during the marriage, explaining how to review existing estate plans to avoid complications.
Divorcing clients who are 45 years of age and older present special concerns for family lawyers as they often have achieved some level of personal and financial security. To help guide practitioners through the multitude of complex issues when handling a divorce case in these circumstances, this updated edition explains how to handle a divorcing couple's assets while also considering issues related to their age, the length of their marriage, and other complicating factors such as medical directives, spousal support, wills and trusts, and retirement plans.
Divorce in the Golden Years also includes invaluable appendices that provide relevant information by state, plus checklists, modification of spousal support court ordered and property settlement agreements, property settlement agreement provisions, and a sample summary of defined contribution and defined benefit plans.
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