Making a change to your last will & testament can be a tricky process. Since this is a legal document, all changes must be made by a legal follow-up document, known as a codicil.
When you need assistance drafting a codicil, turn to a skilled Dayton estate planning lawyer with a detailed familiarity with asset protection cases. The attorneys at Rieser & Marx, LLC have assisted clients through thousands of asset-protection cases, including bankruptcy, workouts, and estate planning matters. Our team approaches each case with a dedication to integrity and the best interests of our clients, placing their needs and wishes at the forefront of every action we take.
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It’s good to be prepared for the worst to happen at any time and to draft a last will and testament in order to protect your estate. However, as your life continues, you may find it necessary to make changes to this document to better reflect your best wishes.
Codicils are a more cost-effective way of changing the terms of your last will and testament by simply changing the terms of a limited number of provisions. However, if you need to make a significant number of changes, codicils can actually be a far more complicated way to do so, and it is probably more efficient to simply revoke your old will and prepare an entirely new one.
Need to modify your estate plan or last will and testament? Contact Rieser & Marx, LLC for assistance drafting a codicil!