As a financial planner, one of my responsibilities is to keep up with legislative changes and their effects on clients. Estate planning is an area where change is so frequent — and so confusing — it’s a challenge to stay up-to-date.
As a general rule, you should review and update your estate-planning documents every five years. That’s why we’re updating this article; it was first published five-and-a-half years ago.
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