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Can I make changes to my Will after it has been executed?

Generally, yes, you may modify your Will at any time by executing a document called a "Codicil," or you can completely revoke your Will by executing a subsequent Will. You should consider making revisions to your estate plan every five to seven years, or immediately following any major life event, including marriage, divorce or death of a loved one.

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