Depending on how your estate documents are drafted, your ex-spouse or soon-to-be ex-spouse may have more powers than you think via your durable power of attorney, healthcare agent, executor, trustee, or beneficiary designations.read more
This holiday season, consider the gift of estate planning because… life happens, and it comes at you fast. Be prepared with a comprehensive estate plan from Sodoma Law.read more
Reading Playboy for the Articles: Is Estate Planning Your Estranged Spouse’s Ultimate and Final Controlling Act?
Estate Planning attorney David DuFault and board certified family law specialist Patra Sinner talk about Hugh Hefner’s estate planning in this new article.read more
In many ways, when you say “I do,” you are embarking on a business venture with your new spouse. While a business can be set up to ensure each person involved gets out of the business what he or she puts into it, the same is not always true of marriage. In the unfortunate event that your marriage comes to an end, in North Carolina, there is a strong presumption that each spouse will walk away with half of the marital property – both assets and debts.read more