Attorney Fagan’s eBook Covers Frequently Asked Questions About Gray Divorce
Is a grey divorce different than a regular divorce? What happens to the family home? How important is spousal support and alimony? These are all common questions our clients have about gray divorce – or divorcing after age 50. Gray divorce is on the rise, so there’s no better time to have your questions answered and access the information available to you online.
Although grey divorce is the same as a regular divorce, in that a couple is legally terminating their marriage, the issues at play for a couple over 50 will be different than those at play for a younger couple. For example, older couples may not have to worry about child support and custody, but spousal support and alimony may be a bigger concern – especially if one spouse was a stay-at-home mom or dad during the marriage. Couples that are closer to retirement age may also have questions about splitting retirement accounts and making sure each spouse is comfortable during the later years of their life.
In his latest eBook, Attorney Bryan Fagan covers:
- Valuable or sentimental assets
- Retirement benefits and social security
- Health insurance
- Wills and estate planning
- And more
Whether you’re considering divorcing after age 50 or you’re ready to file, our eBook can be a helpful resource. Nevertheless, it cannot replace personalized legal counsel from a qualified family law attorney. Fortunately, you’re already on our website. Our team at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC can help you with all the family law and estate planning issues that arise during a grey divorce.
Download the Gray Divorce eBook by filling out the form at the bottom of this page – and don’t forget to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC.