Estate Planning is Not a One-Time-Only Event
Life changes. So do people and circumstances. The person you were even a few years ago is probably not the same person you are today.
So those critical estate planning documents, like your advance healthcare directives, powers of attorney, guardianship nominations, wills and trusts need to be reviewed and updated regularly; once a year on your own, and every 5 years with your attorney.
The Longer We Live, the Greater the Chances are of Becoming Incapacitated
It's a frightening thought: The longer we live, the greater the chances are of becoming incapacitated. It's one more reason the attorney's at Rusconi, Foster and Thomas say an estate plan is critical.
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