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When it comes to a will or estate plan, don’t just set it and forget it. You need to keep them updated

December 18, 2021

From the CNBC website

Whether you drew up a will recently or years ago, keep in mind it’s generally not something you can set and forget.

Experts recommend revisiting your will and other estate-planning documents at least every few years unless there are reasons to do it more frequently — which is common. That could include things like marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, coming into a lot of money (i.e., inheritance, lottery win, etc.) or even moving to another state where estate laws differ from the one where your will was drawn up.

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