Once your estate plan is in place, can you change it? What if you want to appoint another beneficiary or remove one? Perhaps you’ve changed your mind about your Advanced Healthcare Directive or you want someone else to have your Power of Attorney. Let’s examine how you can affect changes to your estate plan after it’s been created.
One of the best reasons to create a living trust is that they are known as “revocable”. To revoke means to to take back or withdraw; annul, cancel, or reverse; rescind or repeal. The flexibility of this type of document is what […] Read more