When couples decide to divorce, it might not initially occur to them to re-evaluate their estate plan. For example, if you have a simple will or healthcare directive granting power of attorney to your spouse, you will probably want to change your will and select someone else. Likewise, if during your marriage you bequeathed certain heirlooms or established a trust fund for your spouse, you will need to change your estate plan to reflect your current situation. Even if you've made pertinent changes but have remarried, you will still need to update your will or trust to ensure assets are distributed to the people you care about.
Pfister, Borserine & Associates provides experienced, aggressive representation in divorce, child custody and all aspects of family law. We will follow your wishes in pursuing an amicable settlement or strongly advocating for your interests in litigation. Based in Frisco, Texas, we represent clients throughout Collin County and Denton County, the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex, and throughout North Texas. Our lawyers can handle a wide range of legal matters, including Chapter 7 bankruptcy and probate administration. Contact attorneys John J. Pfister, Jr. or Charity Borserine to discuss your case.