Wills Attorneys in Tarrant County
How Divorce Affects Estate Planning Documents
Life is a moving target and our circumstances change. Few changes are as life-altering as a divorce, which necessitates reviewing all personal documents. Some legal documents are nullified upon divorce while others are not. Wills, powers of attorney, physician directives, and beneficiary designations should all be reviewed.
At Nunneley | Family Law, we help clients address the complexities of wills and other estate planning tools as they navigate a divorce or other major family matter. We can help you update these important documents and understand how they may impact your divorce.
Consult with Nunneley | Family Law
Going through a divorce is hard enough without worrying about your estate planning documents, updating your will, and wondering if you are set up for success in this next chapter of your life. Let Nunneley | Family Law handle the complex legal legwork for you.
We recognize that you need the support of a compassionate lawyer who gets results. With over 77 years of combined experience, our Tarrant County wills lawyers are ready to help you achieve your goals while ensuring a smooth and seamless process.
Call (817) 270-6635 now to get started. We serve clients throughout Tarrant County.