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When should I update my estate plan?

Ideally, an estate plan should be an evolving set of documents. These legal tools should change and grow with you — not remain static. Those who put together an estate plan and forget it are less likely to have an estate plan that truly reflects their desires then those who review the documents and make updates.

Top reasons to have an estate plan

Estate planning is not just for individuals and families with large estates. One of the most important documents to have in your estate plan is a will. Have you thought about getting a will but decided to do it later? Think again. Dying without a will creates serious repercussions for your loved ones.

Is your estate plan up-to-date?

Your personal New Year's resolutions may still be in full swing, or they may have disappeared a few weeks ago. Either way, your estate planning resolutions should still be on your mind if your goal is to protect your family and your assets.

Most people forget this asset in their estate plans…did you?

Estate planning provides the opportunity to review and account for all assets. Most people have plans that include tangible forms of property, retirement accounts, stocks, bonds and business interests. But did they remember to include digital assets?

Avoid a legal battle over collectibles: Importance of appraisals

Those who are looking to bequest collectibles within an estate plan are wise to have an accurate appraisal completed for the items. Getting an accurate appraisal for these keepsakes can be difficult.

3 important questions when choosing a guardian for your child

Choosing a guardian for your child is difficult. The process is more than just a legal decision, it is full of emotion. It is often tempting to delay the conversation — especially when everyone is young and in good health. However, as noted in our last post, an estate plan is important for everyone, even young families. This decision is more than just a box to check off a to-do list, it is an important step towards ensuring the future well being of your family.

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