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Preparing for a New Year by Putting Your Affairs in Order 1

Preparing for a New Year by Putting Your Affairs in Order

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

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Help for Financial Advisors: Supporting Clients with Future Planning

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

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Help for Divorce Lawyers: Supporting Clients to Reconsider Future Plans

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

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Help for Accountants: Supporting Clients in an Executor Role

A trusted accountant is often one of the first professionals an individual will turn to when they take on the role of executor. This is especially the case if the accountant had first-hand knowledge of how the person who has died managed their finances. Support with assessing and understanding the finances of an estate can be extremely valuable.

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What Happens to Cryptocurrencies After Death?

As digital technology develops, it’s becoming more and more important for executors to understand that assets can now take very different forms than they might be used to. One of the key ways this manifests is with the issue of cryptocurrency.

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