We are in our 60's, both retired. We have a home and some investments.
Wills are not invalid simply because you move, however states have different formal requirements for their execution. For example, In South Carolina, you have to have 2 witnesses to the signing of the will. If a person moves to another state and passes away before he/she executes a new will, as long as the formal requirements are met, it is likely that the will can still be used in probate. A power of attorney really needs to be recorded in the state in which the person currently lives.See question