Altering an Estate Plan After a Divorce
- Review ownership structure of assets
- Update beneficiaries on retirement plans
- Overview beneficiaries that are allocated to inherit assets
- Update beneficiaries on life insurance policies
- Add or remove any beneficiaries who should or should not receive your assets
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