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How Often Should You Review Your Estate Plan?

You drafted a will with your attorney, and then you filed it away and promptly forgot about it. In fact, maybe you forgot about it for decades! Many people assume that drafting a will is a one-time event; but it really is only the first step in the process. The truth is that you should review your estate plan for necessary changes on a regular basis, and when major life changes occur.

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Successfully probated estate wherein the deceased spouse left substantial debt and neglected business affairs. Virtually all claims against the estate by creditors were legally discharged. Accordingly, surviving spouse was able to wind up all business affairs, liquidate and dissolve the business, and maintain her life style.

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