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How divorce can impact an estate plan

Getting divorced in Florida could make it necessary to make changes to an estate plan. Generally speaking, a divorced individual will want to make sure that his or her former spouse is no longer his or her health care proxy. The same is true as it relates to a financial power of attorney. Instead, a friend, family member or trusted professional should have these roles going forward.

Divorce risk linked to disparity in attractiveness

If one person in a Florida couple is significantly more attractive than the other, that couple might be more likely to get a divorce compared to those who are more evenly matched in attractiveness. An article in Psychology Today reports that studies show this disparity can put a strain on a relationship.

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