When Should I Consider Updating my Will in Minnesota?
Generally, it is a good idea to review your will and other estate planning documents at least once per year. When reviewing, look into these common questions that may affect how well your current will meets your estate planning preferences:
Spouse or other Domestic Partner
The above lists represent some common, but not all situations in which you may consider updating your will. Keep in mind that updating a will is subject to the same formalities of creating a will in the first place. You cannot just manually edit your current will and preserve its validity. It is strongly recommended that, should any of these new situations apply to you, you contact an attorney to help you create a new will that continues to reflect your values and preferences while accounting for any new life situations.
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