When and How to Update Your WillYour will reflects the time when it was created.
Many people intend to update their wills but often fail to do so. You can
always change your will by adding a codicil (an amendment), but how do you know
when to change it?
Here are some circumstances that make it vital to update your will:
How to Update Your WillStep 1: Obtain a copy of your current will.Step 2: Mark the areas you'd like to change.Step 3: Meet with your estate planning attorney to draft and prepare your new document.Step 4: Consider discussing changes with us if they may affect PETA.Contact your estate planning attorney if you have additional questions on updating your will. If you are considering including a gift to PETA in your will, please contact Tim Enstice at 757-962-8213 or Legacy@peta.orgShare the sample bequest language for PETA with your estate planning attorney.
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