Prepare yourself to be shocked: 2018 is almost over.
If you’re like me, you’re looking forward to a few weeks of Christmas carols, football, family, bowl games, presents, and (best of all) football.
This is also a great time to look back on the year that was:
Perhaps you started a new job or got a raise; maybe you made an addition (by birth or marriage) or subtraction (by death or divorce) to the family; or maybe you purchased a house, received a windfall inheritance, or started a new business.
Life can change a lot in a year.
But do those life changes mean you need to make changes to your estate plan?
To help you answer that question, we have put together a 10-question checklist to review your estate plan.