By Paul Schmitt
Just because you checked off a will or an estate plan on your to-do list, it does not mean you don’t have to revisit it. According to Bob Ross of Ross Estate Planning in Sturgeon Bay, reviewing and updating one’s estate plan is important when changes occur in your family.
Ross says people may want to make changes to their advance financial and health care directives in the future. Using charitable contributions for tax advantages and the planning for a nursing home are also two frequent inquiries made in regards to establishing an estate plan, according to Ross.