Common Mistake–Not Updating Your Estate Plan

A common mistake many people make is not updating their estate plan.  This could be very costly for your family.

Families change over time.  Divorces, marriages, births or deaths may mean that you want to change your estate plan.  Beneficiaries may need to be changed.  To prevent problems that could lead to expensive court costs, update your plan.

Your plan should have a current durable power of attorney.  Without one, an expensive conservatorship over your assets may be necessary.

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