After Divorce, What Agreements Should be Reviewed or Adjusted to Assure Your Intended Beneficiaries Receive What You Want Them To Receive ?

HNW Elder Law, Estate Planning

By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., a NJ Estate Planning Attorney

It is important that you review any agreements you may have to ensure they comply with your intended estate plan. Property settlement agreements from the divorce with your first spouse, as well as marital agreements you may have with your second spouse, whether it be pre-marital or post-marital, should all be reviewed to ensure compliance. Additional agreements may have to be created with your spouse as desired. Certain plans you may have previously entered into may need to be adjusted if you have new beneficiaries that you wish to receive your assets. These include Life Insurance policies and retirement plans. Other agreements specific to your situation may have to be created or adjusted depending on your situation.

Estate planning is important for your future. Entering into a second marriage brings about a number of significant issues that must be addressed. It is imperative you see an experienced New Jersey estate planning attorney to ensure that your estate plan is well thought out. Please contact Fredrick P. Niemann, a knowledgeable NJ Estate Planning Attorney today if you have any questions pertaining to estate planning and your second marriage. He can be reached toll-free at 888-800-7442 or by email at He looks forward to hearing from you.

Do you have a question(s) not addressed here?  If so, contact Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. toll-free at (888) 800-7442 or e-mail him at to schedule a consultation about your particular needs.  He welcomes your calls and inquiries and you’ll find him very approachable and easy to talk to.

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