When Should I revise my Advance Directives and Will?If you have a major life change, you should consider revising or updating your will and other estate planning documents, including your Advance Directives.
Consider reviewing and possibly revising your will, advance directives , and other estate planning documents.
Review your Will if any of the following occur:
- You get married.
- You have children or adopt a child.
- Your children are over the age of 18.
- You get divorced.
- You win the lottery! It could happen...
- A beneficiary dies before you do.
- You want someone else to be your Personal Representative.
- Your financial or property situation changes, including winning the lottery.
- You move to another state.
Tampa Advance Directive AttorneyContact Lizbeth Potts, P.A. to assist you in your review and determination as to any revisions in your will. If you have any questions pertaining to changes in your will , estate planning documentsor advance directives , do not hesitate to give us a call.
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