Is It Always A Good Idea To Liquidate Life Insurance Policies For A Divorce Settlement?
Depending upon your age, health, and goals for the policy benefits, it may serve you better to leave a life insurance policy in place and include all or part of the future benefits as part of your financial settlement.
Couples with high net worth have many complex issues to consider when heading into a divorce. Make sure your lawyer understands your needs and has the skill and experience to discuss these issues clearly. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we have the knowledge and capacity to ensure client’s rights are fully protected as they face their financial future with a fair property division.
We can help you with complex property issues, including:
- Investment accounts, stocks, and bonds
- Retirement accounts, pensions, 401(k) plans and IRA accounts
- Divorce tax issues and marital debts
We have written articles about life insurance in divorce to help give you more information: Handling insurance policies during divorce, part 1 and part 2.
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