When to Revise a Will?

Wills & Estate litigation lawyers are quick to emphasize the importance of having a will. However, one thing that is often not considered is when is it appropriate to revise a will. We recommend that our clients review their wills every 3-5 years to ensure that estate planning goals remain the same. Other important times to revise a will include:

• After a marriage or separation

• After the death of intended beneficiary

• When a new child is born or adopted into your family

• After a significant change in financial circumstances

• After the acquisition of special or unique property

If you currently have a will, and have not had it revised recently, contact the Kushner Law Group today to schedule a consultation.

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