High-asset divorces often involve multiple properties as well as assets such as stocks, bonds and retirement accounts. For people involved in these divorces, making sure they split their assets equitably, not just equally, is essential.
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Estate planning is talked about as if it's something for older adults to consider, but the reality is that anyone of any age can start planning their estate. Estate plans have several important purposes. Some include:
There may be times when you dispute issues that the homeowners association (HOA) brings to your attention. It's wise to look carefully at any complaint so that you can argue against it and prepare to win a fight against your HOA.
Not planning for your estate correctly can mean leaving your loved ones to deal with debts and other issues. You might end up with your estate going into probate, which delays the distribution of your assets.
With any divorce, one of the risks is that you will lose much of what you put into your marriage. The last thing you want is to see the assets you worked hard to obtain being given to an undeserving spouse.