Protecting Families: Connecting Family Law, Estates + Trusts

Related Attorney(s): Monica Garcia HarmsSteven A. WiddesDavid S. De Jong

Practice Areas: Family LawEstates + TrustsTax Law

Stein Sperling principals Monica Harms, Steve Widdes and Dave De Jong discuss how the firm assists newly divorced clients through estate and tax planning that reflects the new life ahead of them.

Transcript

 

Monica Harms: No one expects to get divorced, but if you do, it's essential that you have competent legal counsel to protect all of your assets.

Steve Widdes: Our estate planning attorneys work closely with our family law attorneys because once our clients are divorced, they need a new Will to reflect their new reality.

Dave De Jong: The greater the wealth, the more significant are the tax considerations. We can help minimize them.

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