St. Louis Post-Divorce Estate Planning Attorney

Divorce may seem like a process that brings a sense of closure to your financial affairs, and to an extent it does – you and your spouse have divided your assets and the court has established financial obligations one may have to other in terms of maintenance or child support.  But divorce does not foreclose discussion of future changes in your personal assets, particularly upon your death.

Clients frequently wonder how they can assure that certain parts of their estates will go exclusively to their children without their former spouse having the ability to access or manage these funds.  Is it possible to award a house to your child without that child having to fight your former spouse for it?  Can you provide for your child’s college education without your former spouse having any access to or management of these funds?

At The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C., we can help answer all of your questions about safeguarding your assets post-divorce and prepare appropriate estate planning tools and give you the advice to ease your anxiety about your former spouse interfering with any assets you obtain post-divorce.


 

Our Top Post-Divorce Estate Planning Blogs

Gray Divorce: Financial Considerations – The gray divorce poses a great deal of financial questions not ordinarily of immediate importance for younger couples. We explore these issues as they relate to your assets.

Will Divorce Affect My Estate Plan? – Divorce brings with it many questions about the estate of the now divorced couple. Learn about the many considerations one must make about their finances in divorce.

Federal Retirement Benefits and Divorce – Dividing benefits following divorce can be complicated, but it is made even more so when you add in retirement benefits like Social Security and your estate.


Getting Help

As you can see from the issues to resolve, the process is not just a short set of simple, self-executing rules, but involves many complex and often difficult questions of proof.  Only a skilled and experienced attorney can properly advise you as to your rights with regard to post-divorce estate planning and protect those rights in a legal proceeding.

At The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C, we have over fifty years of combined experience handling family law matters, including delayed compensation in high asset divorce. We help individuals understand their rights with regard to all issues, including post-divorce estate planning.  We have handled hundreds of trials before family court judges; if you choose The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C., you will have the benefit of a divorce attorney unafraid to go to court, advocate on your behalf and fully present your case.

Time to Act

Time is of the essence.  As soon as you select The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C. to represent you, we will immediately put our considerable experience and resources to work on your case.  The sooner we can review the necessary information, the sooner we can formulate a strategy for your unique circumstances, helping to insure the best possible outcome.

Your future is at stake.  Make the right call and contact us today at (314) 993-6300.  There is no charge for the initial consultation – and the only obligation you have is the one you have to yourself to gain the best representation possible.

Contact The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C.

For a free initial consultation with an experienced St. Louis family law attorney, contact us online or call our office at 314-993-6300. We will set up a telephone consultation, if necessary, and will meet with you on Saturday upon request. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are welcome.

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