You move away from home for the first time when you make your merry way off to college. After the four years of academics, who knows where life takes you. You may move back to your hometown or take a journey across the country to a completely new state.
Many people in the United States make an interstate move. Some do it to find better work opportunities, while others are in search of a change of pace from the town they have lived in for years.
Whatever the reason, moving to a new state can be an overwhelming task. You will probably have a hundred things on your to-do list and then some. And of course, you can’t forget about whatever unexpected might come your way.
Among all the things that you have to get to, don’t forget about your estate plan. There might be a difference in the regulations around estate planning that you may want to overview and then adjust to ensure your plan is still valid.
In this article, we’ve tried to briefly give you a glimpse of what could possibly change the validity of your estate plan. It is to be noted that these give you a glimpse of what could generally change. There are details involved that you may want your estate planning lawyer to educate you about.