|Production Date:||August 29 2011|
In event of an individual’s divorce, remarriage, or death, the estate planning process becomes riskier and more challenging. Join Illinois estate planning attorney Gregory Turza as he explores the complexities of planning for “blended” families affected by divorce and remarriage. Mr. Turza teaches viewers how to craft estate plans for divorced and remarried clients so that all spousal and child support obligations are properly addressed. He also provides detailed guidance on how to avoid disinheriting children from a previous marriage, and suggests ways to balance the interests of all parties impacted by the estate plan. Additionally, Mr. Turza discusses the role of marital trusts, prenuptial agreements, and retirement plan assets. This course is an excellent resource for all Illinois divorce and estate planning attorneys faced with the challenge of planning for divorced and remarried clients.
I. Death During Divorce
II. Divorce & Not Yet Remarried Clients
III. Planning to Remarry & Remarriage
IV. Intestacy & Living Trusts
V. Retirement Plan Assets
Martin (Evanston, IL)
Mr. Turza did a fine job.
Robert (ROLLING MEADOWS, IL)
Good course to be viewed by any attorney in this area of practice.
Bill (Hinsdale, IL)
it helped me think about alternatives in estate planning
Carla (frankfort, IL)
Excellent Illinois-specific info!
KATHY (Palos Heights, IL)
I am amazed at how much I did not know. Now I feel like Socrates. But I appreciate the complexity of the subject and I am grateful for the knowledge. Thank you
Robert (Barrington, IL)
A real eye opener
George (Park Ridge, IL)
Very informative because it concerns IL. law.