If you and your spouse created a will before you were divorced, the Connecticut General Statues states that in most cases any provision in the will for the benefit of your former spouse is ineffective.

Here’s a great general article from The Balance about divorce as it pertains to wills and estate planning “Revising Your Estate Plan After Divorce.”

While website information like this is helpful, it’s important — especially during critical phases like divorce — to have expert legal counsel.

Contact The Law Office of David C. Minicozzi 203-483-7069 or 203-804-0841 to schedule a consultation today.

(“Will Your Last Will and Testament Work in All States? by Julie Garber, October 31, 2019 on The Balance website, www.thebalance.com.)