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If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail…

July 13, 2012

I believe that your Will is the most important document that you will ever create in your whole life. That’s because it is your last chance to make a statement in life about who or what is important to you. Or, perhaps by omission, who or what is NOT.

But so often, people put of making their will. As a lawyer, I have handled estates for people whose last will was drawn decades ago, when their financial, family, and charitable interests were much different than they are today. But when they leave this earth, the legal division of their assets is stipulated by their will…unless it is challenged in court.

So plan carefully; and review it periodically. Any time there are life changes in your family (eg marriages, divorce, births, deaths), you may want to review your will, and in any event, every 3 to 5 years.

Because you don’t want to fail to plan…


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