As the end of the year approaches and you begin to look back on 2018, what changes need to be reflected in your estate plan? Have you gotten married or divorced in the past year? Perhaps you’ve welcomed a new child or grandchild, or experienced a change in your health. So much can change in a year, and it’s important not to let too much time pass before those changes are reflected in your plan.
Just like you need to stay in regular contact with financial advisors, primary health care providers, and accountants, your estate plan will serve you best when it’s kept up to date with the changes that shape your life.