Can my Ex-Spouse Disinherit my Children if I Die?
"Yes. If the ex-spouse created a will that named your children as beneficiaries of her estate while they were married to you, they can always create a new will or amend the existing one to remove your children as beneficiaries.
It’s important to keep in mind there is no such thing as a limit to how many times a will can be changed. In fact, it’s generally recommended for people to update their wills every few years to reflect life changes such as marriages or the birth of a child."
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An experienced Phoenix estate planning attorney, Nicole Pavlik can help you create a comprehensive estate plan to address your specific needs and wishes. If you have any questions about making a will, contact the Nicole Pavlik Law Firm today at 602-635-6176 for a free consultation.
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