Happy occasions should be celebrated. Getting married, landing a new job or having a child are all milestones for which congratulations are in order. At Lidia Law Firm, P.C., we are proud to be part of these happy moments in our clients' lives.
These are also times when it could make sense to think of the future. After your celebrations are over and before you fall back into your routine, it might be a good idea to review your will. Other times you might want to revisit this document include:
- When you are planning to move out of Oklahoma
- When your children get married or have children of their own
- When you or your immediate family members end a marriage
We understand that planning a will is not the first thing you probably want to do during a major event. However, the peace of mind you receive from a complete and appropriate estate strategy is often worth slightly dampening your good mood with these sobering concerns.
Of course, we are ready to help every step of the way — even when nothing life-changing has happened recently. To that end, we assist our clients with their five-year reviews and often recommend that they conduct regular reviews independently. These self-reviews are useful to a wide range of people; depending on the complexity of your will and the urgency of your planning concerns, a simple re-reading of the document could suffice as maintenance for some time.
A revised and current will could be essential to preserving your intentions. Dealing with previous drafts appropriately is also crucial in most cases. To learn more, please continue on our main site.