Divorce and the ERISA

Sarah Sicheneder / August 15, 2017
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Divorcing couples likely feel relief once they learn that the court has signed an order legally ending the marriage.   However, just because the order is signed does not mean the divorce process is done – new deeds need to be recorded, mortgages assumed by one party or the other, credit cards paid off and closed, […]

The Power to Revoke at Any Moment

Sarah Sicheneder / March 17, 2016
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A popular saying goes “bad planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.”  Estate planners cannot rely on such platitudes.  It is our job to fix bad planning especially in emergency situations which often involve quickly revoking one or all prior estate planning documents.  This article provides guidance on revoking the […]