After completing a painful process like a divorce, the last thing most people want to do is sit down with lawyers and financial professionals to review their financial planning. Unfortunately, the need for this type of action after a divorce may be critical. In the case of Trueblood v. Roberts, the Nebraska Court of Appeals outlined the consequences of failing to do such post-divorce planning.
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