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Michael Boulette Featured in Wall Street Journal Article on Inheritances and Divorce


Michael Boulette was quoted in a Sunday Wall Street Journal article on protecting personal wealth during a divorce. In "How to Keep Your Inheritance in a Divorce: Strategies Include Saving Documentation and Maintaining Separate Accounts," Michael advises against commingling inherited money and documenting when gifts are given to an individual instead of the couple.
Later in the article, Michael describes how adding a spouse's name to a deed, or completing home renovations with funds that were jointly earned by a couple could jeopardize full ownership of a home.

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