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When should I review my existing will?

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When should I review my existing will?

May 19, 2022
Geoff Hoatson

We recommend reviewing your documents at least once every three years to ensure your plans are still accurate. We believe it so strongly that we have free three-year checkups with our clients. It may also be time to review your documents if you’ve been divorced, remarried, had children, grandchildren, or have received an inheritance.

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