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August 2018 Archives

Outdated beneficiary can have unintended consequences in divorce

The decision to divorce in New Jersey is seldom made lightly. Once the decision has been reached, there are a number of issues to be addressed. Not least among these is the division of assets. Among assets that are occasionally overlooked in divorce proceedings are items such as life insurance policies and 401(k)s. It's not that their existence is overlooked, but that the designated beneficiary status is, and in many cases, a spouse is designated as the primary beneficiary.

Estate planning should be a continuing process

A person in New Jersey feels he or she has done a great job of planning for his or her future. Estate planning has been thought out and put in place and life is good. Time passes, things change and an estate plan may need attention to ensure it is still serving a person well.

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