Below we list the top five reasons to update your legal will, or at least consider changes. If you are unsure about will or estate planning process, you can consult with one of our law firm's experienced attorneys to help.
- You don’t have a will. (So having one would be a change!)
- Your marital status has changed. (Do you really still want your ex getting all your stuff?)
- You have moved to a new state. (It’s possible that not every part of your New York will would be enforceable once you get old & cranky, move to Florida, start playing golf 5 times a week and eat dinner at 4:30 p.m.)
- Your family has grown. (I’m mainly referring to having a child, not the 25 pounds you may have packed on.)
- You don’t like your family any longer. (Unfortunately, ill will – pun intended - within families is one of the primary motivators for will changes.)
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