End of Year Estate Planning Part 7

Estate planning is an important part of our lives. Even as that’s the case, we still fail to make sure our estate plans are up-to-date with life changes and more. When that happens, our documents become invalid. At our death, our wishes might not be carried out as we expected them to.

Instead of this happening, it’s important to update your estate plan with an attorney in Raleigh NC present, at least once a year. If not, once every two years will be beneficial, as well. Waiting more than that might might be a good idea.

Over the course of the past several blog posts, we’ve taken time to talk about all the various changes and updates that might need to be made over the course of your lifetime. Today, we continue offering tips to help you.

Healthcare Directives

Have you updated your plan since 2003? If not, you’ll probably have to sign a new one. HIPPA compliance rules and regulations changed in 2003 and those that have healthcare directives within their estate plan should make an appointment to get these changes taken care of.

If you’re worried about whether your estate plan reflects necessary updates and changes, contact our estate lawyer in Raleigh, soon. We are here to walk you through each step of the process so that everything is recorded and changed, without worry.

To learn more tips that should help you get your end of the year estate planning off on the right start,be sure to visit with other blogs in this series. Our attorney in Raleigh NC will offer some great information there.

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 1

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 2

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 3

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 4

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 5

End of the Year Estate Planning Part 6

If you don’t have an estate plan in place or haven’t reviewed yours in several years, now might be the best time to start. Our attorney in Raleigh NC is here to help you get your estate planning in order and ready should you pass in an untimely manner or become incapacitated at some point. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to an estate plan. Contact our office, today, to get started estate planning.

Also, remember that our law office offers other legal services for you, as well. Whether it’s entertainment law, family law, small business law and others, we are available to help you through your legal situation. Contact us, today, to make an appointment.

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