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Maryland Estate Planning Attorneys > Maryland Estate Planning FAQs > Is there anything that I can do if I realize that my parents’ estate planning is incomplete or outdated?

Is there anything that I can do if I realize that my parents’ estate planning is incomplete or outdated?

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An estate plan would include at least the basic documents which include a will, a power of attorney, a living will and a healthcare power of attorney. In addition to that, you may want to also consider other documents such as an appointment of guardian, a trust may be in order depending on your particular circumstances as well as you can use life insurance as part of your estate plan. There are many options to consider and it all depends on your particular circumstances.

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