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Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

It is no longer uncommon for Americans over the age of 50 to get divorced. The number of "gray divorces" has doubled since 1990, and that number is continuing to rise, leading to what some have coined a "gray divorce revolution". When this age group goes through divorce, they have estate planning needs unlike those of any other group.

In this article, IndyBar member and attorney James Reed writes of the most important things an attorney must take into account when dealing with a gray divorce case in order to best serve the client.


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