Marriage, Divorce and Spouse Death

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Marital Relationships are Important Considerations in Estate Planning

The best time to talk with an estate planner regarding formulation of a new plan or updating of an existing plan is at the time that major changes in your life occur. This could be marriage, divorce, death of a spouse or the terminal or long-term illness of a spouse. Contact Stan for an appointment to discuss how to prepare a plan that addresses any and all of these and will be easily adapted over time and as life’s situations change for you and your spouse.

Financial Myths About Getting a Divorce

If your marriage is on the rocks, one of your many worries is probably the impact divorce will have on your financial life. Pierchoski Estate Law can support you with a thorough analysis of your assets and understanding of the financial impact of a divorce, but first...

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The Pros and Cons of Prenuptial Agreements

Americans today are getting married later in life.  Currently, the average age of a first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men -- an increase of four years for women and three years for men in just the last 25 years. So it may not be so surprising that more...

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Same-Sex Marriage

Landmark Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Will Have Monumental Effects The United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, a highly publicized case upholding the rights of same-sex couples to marry. This decision has widespread...

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