A divorced client who goes to an attorney for estate planning may hope that the process runs smoother than her divorce. Unfortunately, one particular issue could not only derail the estate-planning process, but also impact the client’s ability to meet certain obligations in her divorce agreement. This issue manifests itself when the client has a life insurance obligation in her divorce agreement that secures an alimony obligation. For example, while negotiating the divorce, the client ...

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