If you already have an estate plan, then you're off to a great start. If you haven't begun this process yet, now is the time to take the necessary steps to do so. Once your estate plan has been drawn up, it is strongly recommended that you revise and review it every three to five years.
Whether you're here because you've made those initial steps and are staying ahead of the game, or you just don't know where to start, we have you covered. Here's the top ten reasons why you should update your estate plan:
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