After you have spent the time preparing your estate, your life is not going to stand still. You could have children, get married or divorced, buy property, or have a host of other things happen that could affect your estate. If your estate plan does not account for such events, your estate may not be distributed how you want to. You can make changes to or revoke your will at any time before death, as long as you are mentally and physically competent to do so. To discuss what effect the changes in your life have on your estate plan, contact Roger L. Weaver at 614-834-1750.