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8 Reasons to review your Will
“I do have a Will somewhere; I haven’t thought about it for years.”
If this statement strikes a chord, your Will may be woefully inappropriate at the time of your passing, leaving your beneficiaries exposed to a rude awakening.
Generally speaking, you should review your Will every two to three years. While a correctly drafted Will has a better chance of passing the test of time, no amount of crystal ball gazing will afford failsafe protection against life’s events. It isn’t merely “why” you should review your Will. The “when” can also make all the difference to your estate planning.