Roseville Emergency Will And Power Of Attorney
Until your divorce is final, your ex-spouse-to-be is still your spouse. This means that during your divorce, unless you have a new will or power of attorney, your spouse may have the final say about your life decisions — medical and financial — if you are ever injured or otherwise incapacitated. Plus, if you pass before your divorce becomes final, your ex-spouse-to-be could receive all of your property and your interest in the community property
If divorce is imminent, it is time to prepare a new will and power of attorney immediately.
We understand a complex document may be a bit too much to handle given everything else you are dealing with. That’s OK. We offer an emergency will and power of attorney for just this situation. It’s quick and simple by design to ensure you have every tool to remain protected from the start.