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Revising your estate plan due to starting or closing a business

There are many different reasons why it becomes necessary for people to go over their estate plan, whether they split up with their spouse, they want to remove a beneficiary or they adopt children. However, business issues, such as starting or closing a business, can also necessitate the revision of an estate plan. Whether you are an entrepreneur who is excited to launch a new business or you have decided to shut down your business after years of operation, it is pivotal to be mindful of how this move could affect your finances (and your financial future) and why it is so crucial to make sure that you adjust your estate plan accordingly.

A number of matters may need to be taken into consideration if you are dealing with the closure or launch of a business you own. For example, you may need to consider how your business will be affected by an unexpected health crisis that you may deal with in the future, and whether your loved ones will be able to keep things moving forward smoothly. Or, your financial position may have changed considerably as a result of closing your business, and you may need to adjust your estate plan accordingly.

Whether you are starting or closing a business, this can be a major life move that is very stressful. We understand how people who are working through these issues may feel overwhelmed, but it is also vital to make sure that you address any financial issues related to this change and update your estate plan if necessary.

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