It is important to continuously review your estate planning documents such as Wills, Trusts, Powers-of-Attorney and Living Wills, to insure that they name the correct Executors, Trustees, Guardians, Beneficiaries and Power of Attorney. It is not enough to sign these documents once. You must continuously review your present needs, the needs of your family and the people you have trusted to take on significant responsibilities. Read this legal guide written by Douglas L. Kaune to review some of the reasons you might need to update your estate planning documents.
Contact Douglas L. Kaune, Esq. at 610-933-8069 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your estate planning documents and the need to update them to best provide for you and your family.