Too many people assume that once they have an estate plan, their work is done, and they do not have to worry about the issue again. However, we all know that circumstances change, and many changes warrant updating various aspects of your estate plan. You should take time to contact an estate planning lawyer in St. Johns County who can review your plan and identify possible updates.
Your comprehensive estate plan should involve different documents and legal tools, including a last will and testament, living trust, power of attorney, beneficiary accounts, and more. The following are some situations in which you might want to update some or all of these:
At Naples & Spence, Attorneys at Law, we are here to help you create a brand new estate plan or update an existing one. Whether you experienced life changes or want a periodic review, our St. Johns County estate planning attorneys can help. Contact us online or call 904.657.7117 to schedule an appointment.