While assumptions can be made as to where your money should go even if you don’t update your will (for example, when you adopt a child, normally part of your estate will go to that child even if you don’t explicitly mention him or her in your will) it’s important to update it after any life-changing event. After you divorce, remarry, have a child or even simply get engaged, be sure to update your last will and testament.
Shane Pellerin specializes in nuances that can be involved with drafting your last will and testament in Texas. He’s also well-versed in will probate proceedings, so that you know your estate will be handled properly. It’s great to have the peace of mind to know that your family will be taken care of after you’re gone, and it’s Attorney Shane Pellerin’s priority to make sure that’s the reality. He also has experience with estate administration, guardianships and the administration of trusts.
Remember to always update your will after any event that could alter the way in which you’d like your assets to someday be divided. If you don’t have a will, it’s important to set up a meeting soon to make sure that your loved ones will be taken care of.