But I already have a will
Legal specialists suggest reviewing your will every five years to keep them current. But they are also careful to point out that you must review your will every time you have a big life change like divorce, marriage, a child born, loss of a family member, a new business, a new business partner. You get the picture.
Transferring a farm is one of those big life changes we’re talking about. Creating new wills or updating existing ones is part of succession planning, for both owners and successors. This means you!
I’m too young to have a will
If you have assets or wealth to your name, or will have them soon, you need a will.
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