My husband and I drew up our Wills in 1996 and our General Durable Powers of Attorney in 2000. We don’t want to make any changes to them, so we don’t want the expense of drawing up new documents. We’re wondering if any laws have changed since then that would invalidate them, or if documents this old would raise questions when the time comes that we need to use them. Would it be a good idea to write on these documents, “Reviewed. No changes,” and then sign and date them in front of a notary? If yes, should we again initial each page?