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Making estate planning changes after a divorce

Should Washington couples remain married long enough, it's not unusual for them to do some type of mutual estate planning. However, when a major life event like a divorce occurs, it's typically advised that newly single adults review their estate plans, especially if an ex is the main beneficiary or selected executor. In some states, exes are automatically removed from a will following a divorce. Even when this is the case, there are still other adjustments that may need to be made.

Learning about estate planning from George and Barbara Bush

Washington residents and Americans throughout the country may have learned from former President George H. W. Bush a few lessons about how to create an estate plan. For instance, when a couple is married, assets may go from the deceased spouse to the surviving spouse. However, this may not be advantageous if the second spouse dies weeks or months after the first one does.

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