Wills and Trusts Kit For Dummies
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You should review your estate plan, including your will and any trusts, on a periodic basis to be sure that your inheritance planning is consistent with your needs and goals. In addition, review your estate plan upon

  • Marriage, separation or divorce

  • Birth or adoption of a child

  • Death of an heir

  • Move to another state

  • Significant changes in your health

  • Significant changes in your financial condition

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Aaron Larson, JD, is an attorney practicing law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Larson started his practice as a quintessential small town lawyer, providing estate planning, probate, and guardianship services. He then worked for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Ann Arbor, where he developed professional education programs for lawyers in areas including estate planning, litigation, and family law. His legal practice now focuses on civil appeals. He operates the ExpertLaw website (expertlaw.com), offering free legal information and assistance to consumers, as well as resources for legal professionals.

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