A New Year, A New You! How Often Should I Review My Legal Affairs?
How often should I review my legal affairs? Let’s talk about how we can help and what you should be reviewing now! Being a month into the New Year, many people have resolved to make changes for the better. Some people have decided to get physically fit, while others have chosen to develop a plan to get financially fit, but the start of a new year is also a great time to review the legal issues in your life and we can help!
Estate Plan: How often should I review my estate plan?
Now is as good a time as any to review your Estate Plan or to contact us to schedule a complimentary appointment with one of our Estate Planning Attorneys to help you get a plan in place. If you have an estate plan, you might think about whether or not the beneficiaries that you’ve chosen are current or whether the appointed Executor is still the right choice. If you have a Trust, did you properly fund it and move all of your assets into it? Have you had a child or gotten married? Have you moved? Did you buy a house? Are you now divorced? Did you hit it big on the lottery? Have you inherited anything? These considerations and more may warrant an adjustment to your current estate plan and we are here to help you meet your goals. Click here to download our estate planning worksheet, which will help you gather the information needed to either draft a new plan or update your current plan: 2015-1001-frm-Estate Administration Intake-sap-sbc
Divorce Agreement/Alimony/Child Support: How often should I review my family law documents?
In some situations, a significant change to your life or circumstances could require an amendment or modification to the terms of your divorce, alimony or child support payment. If you think that something may have occurred that would qualify you to request a change from the Court and you need legal guidance as to how to proceed, give us a call to meet with one of our experienced Attorneys.
We are conveniently located off of Main Street, in the heart of downtown Nashua, just around the corner from the Courthouse. With plenty of easily accessible, free parking, getting here is a cinch! Call us today at (603) 943-5674 or e-mail us if we can be of any assistance with your Estate Planning, Family Law or other legal needs.
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