An Experienced Legal Team Helping You With Your Estate Planning Needs
With all the details and stress involved in a divorce, many people forget about updating their wills and other estate planning documents. However, this is an important step to protect your assets. It is rare that someone wants their assets to go to the person they just divorced. If you want to retain control over where your money will go, make sure you update your will and power of attorney documents.
At Assalone & Associates, LLC, we consider simple will and powers of attorney updates to be part of our comprehensive divorce service for our Rhode Island clients. Our attorneys can help you update your will and power of attorney to make sure you are squared away after a divorce.
Estate Planning Updates Made Easy
Our lawyers can help you update your:
- Simple will: A will is the primary document in a comprehensive estate plan. It explains generally how you want your property to be distributed. We can work with you to update your will to reflect the post-divorce reality of your life.
- Power of attorney: A power of attorney is a document that authorizes someone else to handle your financial affairs if you become unable to do so yourself. Our lawyers will help you make sure your power of attorney is updated.
With simple wills and power of attorney documents, our lawyers work efficiently to provide quick, cost-effective estate planning care for our divorce clients. It is much simpler to keep your estate planning update work in-house with the attorneys who handled your divorce, rather than bringing these items to another lawyer who doesn’t have the inside knowledge.
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Our senior attorney, Veronica Assalone, is proficient in Spanish, French, German, Italian and American Sign Language. Our office assistant speaks Spanish.
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