When to Create or Revise Your Estate Plan

Many people think that once they create their initial Estate Plan that they no longer need to worry about their future. However, laws and life are constantly changing. You should review your Estate Plan every 3-5 years or after any major life changes to make sure it reflects your wishes. Below is a list of milestones that should prompt you to create or revise your Estate Plan.


“Debbie recognizes that the dynamics of each family should be reflected in planning for the future. She created a custom estate plan that included everything we needed for our blended family to be protected. Debbie’s ability to communicate made a complicated process much easier to understand.”  -Fred Campos

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Law Offices of Debbie J. Cunningham

Debbie Cunningham is an Irving attorney providing affordable estate planning to the Dallas/ Fort-Worth areas. She understands the steps you should take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Debbie is family-focused and wants to ensure her clients are fully informed on the options that are available for their families. Debbie’s own blended family has given her valuable insights into the complexities of family dynamics.

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