Help Safeguard Your Assets from a Beneficiary’s Divorce Submitted by Kari Cobb

How a careful and intentional trust will help ensure your intentions are upheld. Smart estate planning doesn’t just take into account what you’ll pass down to your heirs, but how you’ll do it. There are numerous ways to make the transfer, and some offer more protection than others. If one of your heirs gets divorced down the line, you don’t want to risk your wealth ending up in unintended hands. One of the simplest ways to transfer your wealth to your family is by naming beneficiaries on your accounts. But even assets solely in your child or grandchild’s name might…

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