William J. Hornbeck, II, P.A.
Attorney at Law

Update Your Will

Estate Planning documents are important and may need to be updated. These documents provide for you during your life and also provide for your assets after your death. See the page titled "Type of Services".

Here are just some of the reasons to update these estate planning documents:

  • Changes in your Beneficiaries under your Will
  • Changes to your Personal Representative or Trustee under your Will or Trust
  • Change in your Agents under the Designation of Health Care Surrogate and Durable Power of Attorney
  • Changes in the age or other condition of your Beneficiaries that may make you want to make adjustments to restrictions or amount they will receive
  • Regular Check Ups to go over everything
  • Birth or adoption of a child/grandchild
  • Marriage/divorce
  • Death of someone named in your will/trust
  • You would like to include a new specific gift for a charity, other organization, or new friend
  • A significant increase or decrease in the value of your estate
  • You have moved into the State of Florida or out of Florida
  • You want to review your estate planning documents with Attorney to consider additional documents or updated forms because it has been a long time since you did them.


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