my ex has me as beneficiary of her annuity and wants me to sign a waiver. do I need a lawyer? this was not mentioned in the final judgment is court required?
You may want to have an attorney review what she wants you to sign and the divorce judgment. I certainly wouldn't sign it without taking those steps at least.
Estate Planning Attorney
Don't! The annuity is an asset that should have been dealt with in the final judgment. However, if the annuity was awarded to her in the final judgment then she can change the beneficiary unless the judgement provides otherwise. You should talk to a family law attorney about this matter.
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