Estate plans are a lot like owning a car. They work well if you keep them serviced over the years. But your older model car may need a tune up once in a while. Likewise, tax and estate planning laws are continually updated which changes the way people plan and update their plans. With change, comes opportunity. These changes often provide new planning techniques and more protection than ever before. Since our law firm focuses primarily on estate planning, we keep up on the latest planning options available to deal with and protect against the real-life issues you and your family are facing in today’s hectic world. That is why it is important to review your estate plan with us periodically to make sure it takes into account any changes you may have had since first creating your estate plan.
Some of these changes may be due to a death in the family, a divorce in the family, births, adoptions, second marriages or a new inheritance. These changes can have a dramatic affect on your estate plan if not planned for carefully. If you are ever in doubt of how any of these changes can affect your current estate plan, please contact our office. We will gladly review your plan to see what if anything needs to be done. Please enjoy the resources we have created exclusively for you!
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Estate Planning Articles
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Estate Planning Checkup
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Estate Planning Definitions
Definitions of terms that will be helpful to you as you undertake the process of estate planning.
Free Estate Planning Worksheet
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