Many people in the throes of divorce may be concerned about whether a spouse is hiding assets, especially if the suspected spouse is a C-level executive or runs a number of small businesses.
Not every spouse can care for their partner with significant medical needs by themselves. Often just the thought of leaving your significant other due to their illness will leave you with a feeling of overwhelming guilt. Remaining with a partner who is experiencing memory loss, disorientation, confusion and behavioral changes is overwhelming. The stress of being the primary caregiver can take a significant toll both emotionally and physically on the spouse who is not incapacitated.
Probate can take an enormous bite from your estate – your ranch and other real estate, vehicles, savings, everything. It also holds up distribution to your heirs. Is there a way around it?
You love your Montana ranch. You take pride in what you’ve built. The ranch is more than a home. For you, your ranch is a way of life. The ranch is a place for family, work and fun. Now you have young ones on the ranch. You want the legacy of your ranch to carry on. You want them to fall in love with this beautiful place just the way you have.