If you’re recently divorced, you’ll need to change most of your legal documents. While paperwork is likely the last thing on your mind, it will avoid frustrating situations down the road. Here are eight legal documents you should change as soon as possible after your divorce papers are signed:
1. Last Will and Testament
Most married couples leave their estates to each other and their children. Updating your will is inexpensive, fast, and easy compared to writing a new one, and you can remove an existing beneficiary and change the executor in the blink of an eye.