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Spring Cleaning? Time to Review Important Estate Planning Documents

Author: Hogan Willig


March 9th, 2011

Issues to Consider When Evaluating the Need for a New or Revised Will / Estate Planning Documents

As spring rolls around and we get ready for warmer weather, our thoughts turn to spring cleaning. Take this time to clean up your current estate planning documents and determine if they need to be revised. It is suggested that your estate planning documents be reviewed every five years to make sure they still comply with your wishes. If any of the categories listed below apply to you, it may be a good idea to embrace the season and make the necessary changes to your Last Will and Testament, Living Will/Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney documents.

Get Your Ducks in a Row

Author: Linda Grear


March 16th, 2009

EVALUATING THE NEED FOR NEW OR REVISED ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS

Given the current state of the world economy and recent local events, many of our clients have expressed a desire get their financial and household business matters in order. There are three basic estate planning documents that all individuals should consider when planning and organizing a life plan strategy, although the specific content of those documents will differ by personal circumstances.

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