The number of people aged 55 and over who are getting divorced is exploding. Unique considerations must be taken into account when a divorcing couple is unable to rely on decades of future earnings to pay for a costly divorce. Lawyers and family advisors must prepare to meet these new challenges by providing timely and relevant advice. It is essential that practitioners have an understanding of how to advise their clients on family law matters as well as estate matters: support obligations from prior marriages may need to be reviewed, family businesses may be affected, and estate plans may need to be reconsidered in light of a late divorce.
Expert faculty will provide delegates with valuable insights into how traditional family law topics are being reconsidered for this growing group of divorcees. This program is essential for anyone with an interest in family law and asset management among people over 55 years old.