Your estate plan is in place and you’re feeling relieved and prepared. Congratulations! You are already ahead of the majority of the population. Although the hard part is done, your estate plan will require maintenance in the years to come. Your life and circumstances will likely change over the years, and you’ll need to change your estate plan accordingly. [Read more…] about 7 Life Changes that Require an Update to Your Estate Plan
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In order to make sure that things go the way you’ve planned, it’s a good idea to occasionally double check who you have listed on your IRA beneficiary form. Putting together a solid estate plan with your Savannah will and trust lawyer is an important step in protecting the future of yourself and your family. [Read more…] about Top Tips from a Savannah Will and Trust Lawyer to Avoid IRA Beneficiary Form Mistakes
As estate planning attorneys in Savannah, we see plenty of situations where parents who love their children are not entirely in love with their children’s spouses. This can make the estate planning process a little tricky, because the spouse can add tension and stir up drama that wouldn’t have been there otherwise. While some people include their sons-and-daughters-in-law in the planning process, it’s not all that unusual to leave them out. [Read more…] about Can Your Children’s Spouses Inherit from You?
If I had to pick one question that I am asked the most, I’d have to say this one ranks way up there…
Do I need a new estate plan if I move out of Georgia? [Read more…] about Do I Need A New Estate Plan If I Move to a New State?
If you have a properly executed Will or Trust in place, good for you! You’ve taken a great step toward protecting your assets for future generations. But, establishing an estate plan is only the first step. You still need to make sure that your plan will stay rock solid by keeping it up-to-date. [Read more…] about Is it time to stress test your estate plan? | Savannah Estate Attorneys