Should I Update My Will?

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Many times, families discover that their loved one’s Will is no longer appropriate because it does not reflect current conditions.  A Will is an important legal document, so it needs to be updated when significant events occur in your life.

If you have experienced any of these milestones, it is time to update your Will:

  • Marriage
  • Divorce
  • Childbirth
  • A death in the family
  • Your named executors or beneficiaries die
  • Launching or closing a business
  • A falling out with a family member or close friend who may have been named in your Will
  • You can’t find your original will

Make it a habit to review your Will when you have a significant life event.  If you have any questions, the attorneys at Williamson, Friedberg and Jones, can help you prepare and update this important legal document. Call (570) 622-5933.

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